FESTIVALS: Tallinn Black Nights Announces Main Competition

The Coldest Game by Łukasz Kośmicki The Coldest Game by Łukasz Kośmicki

TALLINN: The Black Nights Film Festival, which runs 15 November – 1 December, will screen 21 films in its Official Selection.

The section includes one film from Poland, The Coldest Game directed by Lukasz Kośmicki, and a coproduction from Kosovo, Albania and North Macedonia, The Flying Circus directed by Fatos Berisha.

The complete list of films in the Official Selection follows:

The Flying Circus (Kosovo, Albania, North Macedonia)
Directed by Fatos Berisha
Produced by B2 Agency

The Coldest Game (Poland, UK)
Directed by Łukasz Kośmicki
Produced by Watchout Studio
Coproduced by TVN, Next Film, Canal+, The Story Lab, Kosafilm, Galeria Olśnienia GO
Supported by the Polish Film Institute

Gipsy Queen (Germany, Austria)
Directed by Huseyin Tabak

Fiela’s Child (South Africa)
Directed by Brett Michael Innes

Drowsy City (Vietnam)
Directed by Dung Luong Dinh

Malpaso (Dominican Republic)
Directed by Hector M. Valdez

Muscle (UK)
Directed by Gerard Johnson

When the Moon Was Full (Iran)
Directed by Narges Abyar

Girl with No Mouth (Turkey)
Directed by Can Evrenol

Gutterbee (Denmark)
Directed by Ulrich Thomsen

Coming Home Again (South Korea, USA)
Directed by Wayne Wang

Golden Voices (Israel)
Directed by Ecgeny Ruman

In the Strange Pursuit of Laura Durand (Greece)
Directed by Dimitris Bavellas

Kontora (Japan)
Directed by Anshul Chauhan

Man from Beirut (Germany)
Directed by Christoph Gampl

Dead Volume (Brazil)
Directed by Kaue Telloli

Lost Lotus (Hong Kong, The Netherlands)
Directed by Liu Shu

Through Black Glass (Russia)
Directed by Konstantin Lopushansky

Kalel, 15 (The Philippines)
Directed by Jun Robles Jana

Monster (Ireland)
Directed by Tom Sullivan

Marionette (Mexico)
Directed by Alvaro Curiel de Icaza