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Black Nights 2021

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81 articles available in total starting from 23/06/2021. Last article published on 02/12/2021.

Review: Occupation

Review: Occupation

In the wake of the Warsaw Pact invasion, a group of Prague theatre people having a post-performance booze session get a menacing visit from a Russian soldier, in Michal Nohejl’s debut  

02/12 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Adam Donen • Director of Alice Through The Looking

Interview: Adam Donen • Director of Alice Through The Looking

"I like the wildness of the 60s and the 70s and I’m very keen to capture it in my work"

The director of the world’s first fully holographic theatre play presented his first feature film, a very free adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic, and talked to us about it  

01/12 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Review: Snowing Darkness

Review: Snowing Darkness

Romanian director Gabriel Achim returns with a mystifying film on grief and meaning, starring the captivating Bogdan Dumitrache  

01/12 | Black Nights 2021 | Rebels with a Cause

Review: Alice, Through the Looking

Review: Alice, Through the Looking

Experimental theatre director and symphony composer Adam Donen comes to Black Nights with a very free, and very loopy, adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic  

01/12 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Dovile Sarutyte • Director of Feature Film About Life

Interview: Dovile Sarutyte • Director of Feature Film About Life

"Right after the death of family member you suddenly turn in a event manager, a funeral organiser - and this is grotesque situation"

There is no time to mourn in the first feature by the Lithuanian filmmaker, who tells us more about it and about turning a personal experience into a script  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Review: The Wait

Review: The Wait

The new film by Finnish director Aku Louhimies is a feminist tale of desire that feels like a foregone conclusion  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Exploring the partnership opportunities between Estonian and British producers at Tallinn

Exploring the partnership opportunities between Estonian and British producers at Tallinn

After an introduction about the two countries’ main funding options, Estonian and British producers shared their experiences on joint projects, such as Undergods and Sentinel  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event

Santi Amodeo • Director of The Gentiles

Interview: Santi Amodeo • Director of The Gentiles

"People no longer say “I’m sad;” they save a song on TikTok"

The Spanish filmmaker talks about his latest work, a film revolving around the teenage years and the use of social media  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

How are the health crisis and the hybridisation process changing film sales? Four panellists share their experiences

How are the health crisis and the hybridisation process changing film sales? Four panellists share their experiences

At Tallinn, the speakers discussed sales strategies, the pros and cons of online working practices and the struggles when handling arthouse films  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event

Review: The Shadow Hour

Review: The Shadow Hour

Germany’s Benjamin Martins leaves realism behind and opts for a more instinctive and expressionistic visual style in his new film  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Rebels with a Cause

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