To Share Or Not To Share »

Mark is a traveller and he believes in life beyond capitalism. He has given up his successful squash coach career in London and now, in Tallinn, he invites people to join a community where nobody uses any money and everyone shares with each other their skills, experiences, food, and love. Tantric energy liberation techniques are […]

The Raft »

In 1973, five men and six women drifted across the Atlantic on a raft as part of a scientific experiment studying the sociology of violence, aggression and sexual attraction in human behavior. Although the project became known in the press as ‘The Sex Raft’, nobody expected what ultimately took place on that three month journey. […]

Estonian short films »

For Aesthetic Reasons How does the Danish society react if a person wants to stay in the country but his motives are primarily aesthetic? The film For Aesthetic Reasons portrays the young Estonian art historian Andres Kurg who goes to Denmark and, at the director’s instigation, turns to all kinds of institutions with an attempt […]

Tungrus + The Grand Bizarre »

The Grand Bizzare A postcard from an imploded society. Bringing mundane objects to life to interpret place through materials, the film transcribes an experience of pattern, labor and alien(nation)(s). A pattern parade in pop music pairs figure and landscape to trip through the topologies of codification. Following components, systems, and samples in a collage of textiles, […]

The World Changers + The Last Lesson »

The World Changers   Direcotor: Valeria Anderson Country: Eesti Year: 1966 Length: 14 min   The Last Lesson In the midst of intensive study for final exams, the camera follows secondary school students during classes and private conversations. They discuss their plans, dreams, views and feelings on the brink of adulthood, the moment when everything still seems […]

Meeting Gorbachev »

Rising from a farm boy to become President of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev brought about changes that helped end the Cold War, toppled the USSR, enabled the reunification of Germany and transformed the world forever. A new feature length documentary Meeting Gorbachev by legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog and Emmy Award winning Director, André Singer. Language: English, Russian, German, Polish […]

I signed the petition + Summa »

I signed the petition One morning in Berlin, the filmmaker accidentally wakes his friend in England with a phone call, because he’s worried. The previous evening, he signed a petition for a cultural boycott of Israel, but was that actually such a good idea? As a Palestinian, he’s already treated with suspicion. Despite being half […]

Funeral Diaries »

The daily bread of ministers of small congregations is not sermons in the church; it is constant work with the old and the dying. A holy man who has been removed from his friends and peers and suddenly transplanted into another culture is often lonely and broken himself. Three ministers have been invited from Estonia […]

Kitchen Triptych »

‘A day in the life’ of the kitchens of some of Estonia’s top restaurants. What happens in the engine room of a restaurant once you’ve placed your order? This film shows us the ‘hidden places’ where diners rarely go, with all the stress and passion that goes into making great food. Who does what and […]

A Marriage Story »

There they are, radiant on their wedding day: Václav and Ivana Strnad, two young architecture students who can’t wait to build a life together. Helena Třeštíková first followed them for her TV series Marriage Stories, and then continued to do so, for 35 years. The couple raised five children – an unusually large family in socialist Czechoslovakia – and after the fall of communism, they started […]