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TALLINN: The Italian debut The Great Beauty directed by Paolo Sorrentino was awarded the main prize of the EurAsia international competition at the 17 Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival held…
FNE asked Tiina Teras, programmer of Kino Artis in Tallinn and winner of the Europa Cinemas Best Programming Award 2013 about how she programmes her cinema in Tallinn and the…
TALLINN: The Estonian Film Institute and the Korean Film Council have signed a memorandum of understanding to boost cooperation between the two countries’ film industries. The memorandum is the first…
TALLINN: Free Range, third feature from Venice Horizons award-winning Estonian director Veiko Õunpuu was selected as Estonia’s entry for the 2013 foreign language Oscar nomination despite ciritical domestic response.
ATHENS: Estonian cinema Kino Artis was awarded the prize for Best Programming of 2013 in the Europa Cinemas network at the 18th Europa Cinemas Conference in Athens held 21-24 November…
TALLINN: The annual Baltic Event, kicks off on 27 November this week running for three days in Tallinn presenting slates of projects in four different sections:
TALLINN: Kertu by Estonian director Ilmar Raag (The Class, Une Estonienne a Paris) topped Estonian box office for domestic films in 2013 with over 38,000 viewers to date.
Tangerines, an Estonian/Georgian coproduction directed by Zaza Urushadze, pitched at Connecting Cottbus 2010, began shooting at the end of 2012 and opened in cinemas in Georgia and Estonia in October…
TALLINN: Kadri Kõusaar’s second film The Arbiter, which had its international premiere in the East of the West competition at the Karlovy Vary IFF, is a morally challenging and difficult…
TALLINN: The EurAsia main competition of the 17th Black Nights Film Festival running 15 November – 1 December 2013 encompasses European Cannes competitors and debuting Asian directors when the main…
FNE interviews Estonian documentary producer Elina Litvinova, selected to participate in the 2013 Emerging Producers workshop at the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival.
FNE spoke with Edith Sepp who heads the new Estonian Film Institute that replaced the Estonian Film Foundation this year about the challenges ahead for Estonian film and why it…
TALLINN: Blood Type, a documentary on the lives of Estonian soldiers serving in Afghanistan, will be marking the final phase of the Baltic country's decade-long commitment when it's released to…
TALLINN: Katrin Maimik’s coming-of-age debut film Cherry Tobacco (Kirsitubakas), written by Andres Maimik, is shooting in Estonian locations through October. It builds on the latter's previous hit comedy Kormoranid. Tobacco…
The B’EST (Baltic Bridge East by West) has just announced its project slate for its second edition to be held in St Petersburg from 11-15 September. FNE asked Riina Sildos,…
TALLINN: Kadri Kõusaar’s second film The Arbiter, making its international premiere in the East of the West competition at the Karlovy Vary IFF (www.kviff.com), is a morally challenging and difficult…
TALLINN: Estonia reached a 20 year high in cinema attendance in 2011, with 2.5 m tickets sold at an average price of 4.1 EUR, an increase of 100,000 tickets over…

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