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Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Two Estonian and one Irish director have teamed up for this stop-motion animation feature that has just had its world premiere at Animafest Zagreb  

07/06 | Films | Estonia/Ireland/Belgium/UK

Behind the Random Denominator: Your number’s up

Behind the Random Denominator: Your number’s up

This horror debut – which recently had its world premiere at the Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Film Festival in Estonia – plays with the clichés of the genre to present a puzzle box of a film  

15/05/2017 | Films | Estonia/UK/Belgium

Christ Lives in Siberia: The idyllic nature of faith

Christ Lives in Siberia: The idyllic nature of faith

This documentary from Estonian duo Jaak Kilmi and Arbo Tammiksaar is an often compelling and visually stunning mix of character study and examination of the nature of faith  

29/01/2015 | Films | Estonia

Tangerines: An in-depth exploration of honour and nationalism

Tangerines: An in-depth exploration of honour and nationalism

The Academy Award-nominated movie is a clever and moving examination of war  

27/01/2015 | Films | Estonia/Georgia

In the Crosswind: a frozen portrait of Soviet horror

In the Crosswind: a frozen portrait of Soviet horror

Recently receiving its international premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, In the Crosswind is a remarkable and inventive account of the Soviet deportations in Estonia  

03/10/2014 | Films | Estonia

The Arbiter: Right or wrong?

The Arbiter: Right or wrong?

The latest film from Estonian director Kadri Kõusaar wrestles with social Darwinism  

20/03/2013 | Films | Estonia

Daisy Petal Game II: Three for the price of one

Daisy Petal Game II: Three for the price of one

Three Estonian short films about the tribulations of love and living are packaged into a feature film  

12/02/2013 | Films | Estonia

The cinema of the everyday

The cinema of the everyday

Cineuropa reviews the debut British feature from Alex Barrett  

03/12/2012 | Films | Estonia

A Lady In Paris: Ilmar Raag goes from teenage angst to old-age regret

A Lady In Paris: Ilmar Raag goes from teenage angst to old-age regret

After making a splash on the festival circuit with Klass, Estonian director Ilmar Raag's latest film is an altogether more gentle affair  

03/12/2012 | Films | Estonia

Tallinn becomes a New World thanks to new documentary

Tallinn becomes a New World thanks to new documentary

Documentary Uus Maailm (The New World) received a rapturous reception as it was given its premiere at Tallinn’s Coca-Cola Plaza last Thursday night. Directed by Jaan Tootsen and produced by Jaak...  

10/10/2011 | Films | Estonia

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