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HELSINKI: Finnish film admissions are on track to equal or surpass the 2010 record, with 2.05 m admissions to date, a 30 percent share of the 2012 market.
HELSINKI: Cinema attendance is up 14 percent over 2011 admissions, at 3.5 million, with domestic films attracting 1.3 million viewers, or 37 percent of all tickets sold.
HELSINKI: The Finnish Film Foundation (www.ses.fi) awarded over 1.6 million euros in funding for six feature films in the May grants round, and an additional 675,000 euros funding for one…
{mosimage}PRAGUE: Ten Czech documentary films have been selected to compete for the 2012 Pavel Koutecky Award, named for the respected Czech documentary filmmaker who died in 2006 while working on…
HELSINKI: For Liisa Penttila, whose introduction to production was coproducing Lars von Trier's Dogville in 2001, it is "absolutely essential" to work with good professionals in order to grow.
{mosimage}HELSINKI: The Punk Syndrome was released on 4 May 2012 on 45 screens in Finland, a record for a domestic documentary.
In the second round of a new funding initiative, the Finnish Film Foundation (www.ses.fi) selected four feature films, including two children/youth films, to receive grants of up to 50%.
{mosimage}LJUBLJANA: Director/screenwriter Marko Nabersnik is in post production with Shanghai Gypsy, a love story involving a gypsy family during the break-up of Yugoslavia.
Domestic films claimed 44 percent of the Finnish market, with over one million admissions.
Two Czech-themed films have received funding from the Finnish Film Foundation (www.ses.fi).
{mosimage}Iron Sky, a Finnish-Austrian-German sci-fi coproduction directed by Timo Vuorensola, has been sold to over 70 countries, production company Blind Spot Pictures (www.blindspot.fi) announced.
Domestic attendance for Finnish films increased 52 percent in the first two months of 2012, reaching 670,000 admissions.
The Finnish Film Foundation will give 1,805,000 euros in production funding to three feature-length films.
HELSINKI: Kati Noura has been promoted to International information officer at the Finnish Film Foundation (www.ses.fi).

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