Aiming to join the ranks of countries drawing production through incentives, Estonia's Film Institute has launched a program that allocates money to encourage filmmaking. A total of $546,000 will be…
Produced by Estonia's Nukufilm, stop-motion dialogue-free "Carrot" will be pitched on Friday at Toulouse's 25th Cartoon Forum. Tallin-based Nukufilm ("Lost and Found") was founded in 1957 and…
The Intl. Federation of Film Producers' Assn. (FIAPF) has accredited the Black Nights Film Festival held in Tallinn, Estonia, as a non-specialized competitive international film festival. Founded 18…
Germany remains a hot location for international co-production thanks to generous film subsidies and top-notch studio facilities that offer one-stop shop solutions for foreign projects. Indeed, this…
A mousy, middle-aged caretaker travels from the Baltics to the City of Light to look after a serious piece of work in "A Lady in Paris," from Estonian filmmaker Ilmar Raag ("The Class").
Helmer Asko Kase's epic "December Heat," about the birth of national independence in Estonia, is that country's entry for consideration in the foreign-language film Oscar category.
Made with zest, and more affection than anger, "Made in Estonia" reps a true-to-its-name light satire that has been pleasing crowds back home hungry for homegrown fare after a long industry drought…
Estonian helmer Elmo Nuganen's feature bow "Names in Marble" is a nationalistic rallying cry. A tale of sacrifice centered on a group of students, pic may boast a setting unfamiliar to most auds and…