FESTIVALS: Tallinn Black Nights FF Announces First Feature Competition Full Lineup

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TALLINN: Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF) adds 10 films to the already announced eight that will be competing in the First Feature Competition programme. The festival will be held from 15 November to 1 December 2019.

The jury will hand out the Best Film Award and a 5000 EUR grant shared by the director and producer of the film, along with two Special Prizes.

First Feature Competition Full Lineup:

Isaac (Lithuania, Ukraine, Poland)
Directed by Jurgis Matulevičius
Produced by Film Jam
Coproduced by Esse House, Takfilm
Supported by the Lithuanian Film Centre

Dance With Me (Iran)
Directed by Soroush Sehat

Darkness (Italy)
Directed by Emanuela Rossi

Finky (Ireland)
Directed by Dathaí Keane

On the Quiet (Hungary)
Directed by Zoltán Nagy

Obscure (USA, China)
Directed by Kunlin Wang

Stay Still (Germany)
Directed by Elisa Mishto

Supernova (Poland)
Directed by Bartosz Kruhlik
Produced by Munk Studio
Coproduced by Canal+ Polska

Tomorrow We Are Free (Germany)
Directed by Hossein Pourseifi

Stories From the Chestnut Woods (Slovenia, Italy)
Directed by Gregor Božič
Produced by Nosorogi
Coproduced by Transmedia Production, Deutsche Film Und Fensehakademie Berlin, RTV Slovenija
Supported by the Slovenian Film Center, Creative Europe MEDIA

Looted (UK)
Directed by Rene Pannevis

Mother (Croatia, Serbia, France, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Directed by Jure Pavlović
Produced by Sekvenca
Coproduced by Wake Up Film & Video Production, Les Films de l'oeil sauvage, Udruženje Novi film
Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HAVC), L'Aide aux cinémas du monde – CNC, Film Center Serbia, the Sarajevo Film Fund

Saul At Night (USA)
Directed by Cory Santilli

The Seeker (Brazil)
Directed by Bernardo Barreto

A Dog’s Death (Argentina, France, Uruguay)
Directed by Matías Ganz

Dust and Ashes (South Korea)
Directed by Park Hee-kwon

Lorni – The Flaneur (India)
Directed by Wanphrang Diengdoh

The Names of the Flowers (Canada, USA, Bolivia, Qatar)
Directed by Bahman Tavoosi