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263 articles available in total starting from 18/12/2002. Last article published on 25/02/2021.

The Class gets promoted

Ilmar Raag’s directorial debut The Class, produced by Riina Sildos (Amrion), has been selected by the Estonian Oscar committee as the national candidate for the Academy Award shortlist in the Best...  

25/09/2007 | Oscars 2008 | Estonia

Autumn Ball top winner at Venice Horizons

Estonian cinema is definitely on the roll and at every new festival, widening its visibility on the world stage. In Venice, it was Veiko Õunpuu who conquered the jury of the Horizons sidebar...  

10/09/2007 | Awards | Estonia

First Estonian film in competition

Estonian cinema continues to astonish and find prominent positions at top festivals worldwide in 2007. After Lotte in Gadgetville (selected for Berlin’s Generation KPlus), Magnus (Cannes’ Un...  

27/07/2007 | Venice 2007 | Orrizonti/Estonia

Baltic quintet plays at Karlovy Vary

Over a dozen representatives from the Baltic film community will attend the 42nd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (June 29-Jul 7) to support five films in selection, including the feature...  

29/06/2007 | Festivals | Estonia

Magnus’ silent music of a broken heart

Magnus’ silent music of a broken heart

The first-ever Estonian film shown in official selection at Cannes was applauded yesterday at the Debussy cinema, where it screened as part of Un Certain Regard. A heart-warming experience for the...  

19/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Un Certain Regard/Estonia

Class act for Riina Sildos

The 60th Cannes Film Festival will be a very special edition for producer Riina Sildos, “mother” of Lotte from Gadgetville. Selected as Estonia’s representative for European Film Promotion’s...  

15/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Estonia

Magnus picked up by Onoma

The Estonian film Magnus by writer/director Kadri Kõusaar, screening in this year’s Un Certain Regard at Cannes, has been picked up for international sales by Paris-based Onoma International....  

09/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Estonia

186 km goes a long way at home

Andres Maimik and Rain Tolk’s dark comedy 186 kilometres is the most popular Estonian film of the last five years, scoring 40,703 admissions in only two weeks from four screens. The film also...  

13/03/2007 | Box Office | Estonia

Tolk shares spotlight with Lotte

Two Estonian national figures will attend the Berlinale next February: actor Rain Tolk, selected among the European Film Promotion 2007 Shooting Stars, and the beloved female dog character Lotte...  

17/01/2007 | Berlinale 2007 | Estonia

Nordisk handles Georg

Lege Artis Film has struck a first look deal with Nordisk for the company to handle world sales on Peeter Simm’s Georg, the biggest production ever made in Estonia. According to producer Märten...  

08/01/2007 | Production | Estonia

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