TARTU: Eleven feature films and three documentaries will be screened at the 13th Tartu Love Film Festival, organised by the team of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival from 13 to 18 August 2018.
Tartu Love Film Festival is the biggest open-air film festival in the Baltics and it takes place mainly in the beautiful old Town Hall Square of Tartu (feature films), while the documentaries are screened in the historic Athena Theater.
The selection includes international feature and documentary films and an Audience Award is announced at the end of the festival.
Adam (Iceland, Germany, Mexico, 2018)Directed by Maria Solrun
Amateurs (Sweden, 2018)Directed by Gabriela Pichler
Becoming Astrid (Sweden, Denmark, 2018)Directed by Pernille Fischer Christensen
Daughter of Mine (Italy, 2018)Directed by Laura Bispuri
Dear Mr. Q (Estonia, 1998)Directed by Rao HeidmetsProduced by Rao Heidmetsa Filmistuudio
Heavy Trip (Finland, Norway, 2018)Directed by Juuso Laatio, Jukka Vidgren
Jumpman (Russia, 2018)Directed by Ivan Tverdovski
Out of Africa (USA, UK, 1985)Directed by Sydney Pollack
Red Dog (Australia, 2018)Directed by Kriv Stenders
The Happy Prince (UK, Belgium, Italy, 2018)Directed by Rupert Everett
Tulipani, Love, Honour and a Bicycle (the Netherlands, 2017)Directed by Mike van Die
We (the Netherlands, 2018)Directed by Rene Elle
RBG (USA, 2018)Directed by Julie Cohen, Betsy West
Tanzania First (the Netherlands, 2018)Directed by Jeroen Van Velzen
Touch Me Not / Nu mă atinge-mă (Romania, Germany, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, France)Directed by Adina PintilieProduced by Manekino FilmCoproduced by RohFilm Productions, PINK, Agitprop Ltd and Les Films de l'ÉtrangerSupported by the Romanian Film Centre, EURIMAGES, Torino Film Lab, MDM (Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung) Germany, the Bulgarian National Film Center, the Czech Film Fund, Strasbourg Urban Community, MEDIA
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