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").
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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…