Tallinn

Piggy
03.11.2011
When and how did you decide to become a filmmaker? I went to a high school specializing in media studies, where we learned the basics of journalism, made interviews, tried reporting and also learned how to use a camera. One time me and my classmate decided to make a short film and that’s more ...
03.11.2011
When and how did you decide to become a filmmaker? Before film school I studied theology in Tartu University but I was very fond of acting and theatre. So I was an actor in the Tartu University Theatre. Several times I was invited to act in student films made by BFM film students. When I was more ...
03.11.2011
The Tallinn University Baltic Film and Media School (BFM) offers hands-on university degree courses in Film Arts, Crossmedia Production, and Audiovisual Media. With over 400 students from more than 20 countries worldwide, BFM is one of Europe’s largest – and Northern Europe’s only more ...
International conference, Tallinn
26.10.2011
At this point, Tallinn has to transfer the accomplishments made during its tenure as cultural capital into a sustainable future perspective. A big international conference concentrating on the topics of creative industry and entrepreneurship focuses on a new agenda for cities all over the world. more ...
One flag, three colours: blue, black, white.
25.08.2011
What do Sinead O'Connor, the Dalai Lama and the Republic of Iceland have in common? All three are not just a bit hard-up and sidelined, all three are going for an upgrading in Estonia these days. All around the special national celebration - the 20th anniversary of the "restoration of more ...
12.04.2011
In Estonia, a new cold war is raging between the capital Tallinn and the state – complicated start conditions for the current European Capital of Culture. These days, you can see a three-dimensional glass hexagon on Tallinn’s Liberty Plaza. Within, there’s a deckchair on mossy more ...
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