The film was shot over a five year period.
Festival re-launches Estonian competition with Baltic focus.
Plus further deals from Black Nights.
2017 Film from Kyrgyzstan scoops the Grand Prix.
Industry@Tallinn and Baltic Event programmes reveal awards.
Promotion initiative covers Estonia, Finland and Latvia.
A concerted attempt is underway both from public and private sources to make Estonia an international filmmaking hub.
Italian feature premiered in Torino.
Ireland-Estonia co-production is being made at Telegael studio, Galway.
Feature comedy has already been re-made in Estonia and Ukraine.
Immersive content and Chinese ‘super-IPs’ were discussed at the Storytek forum in Tallinn.
European Film Agency Directors (EFADs) outlines plan for 2030.
Online superpowers “could do more” to work with Europe, say panel.