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Black Nights 2021 / Baltic Film Competition

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8 articles available in total starting from 23/08/2021. Last article published on 29/11/2021.

Review: Sandra Gets a Job

Review: Sandra Gets a Job

Part workplace satire, part stiff oddity, Kaupo Kruusiauk’s film won’t be getting a promotion any time soon  

29/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Baltic Film Competition

Review: u.Q.

Review: u.Q.

In his newest documentary, Ivar Murd tells the globe-trotting life story of Estonian musician Uku Kuut and his relationship with his mother and creative partner Marju  

29/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Baltic Film Competition

Review: Homes

Review: Homes

The newest film from Laila Pakalniņa is an experimental documentary hybrid that celebrates the home environment in poetic fashion  

25/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Baltic Film Competition

Uģis Olte • Director of Upurga

Interview: Uģis Olte • Director of Upurga

“If you reveal everything, the adventure ends”

In the Latvian helmer’s film, a group of influencers descends on a forest, but this time, it’s nature’s turn to have all the fun  

24/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Baltic Film Competition

Review: The Diary of Vaino Vahing

Review: The Diary of Vaino Vahing

Rainer Sarnet nails the essence of the life and work of the titular writer, playwright and master provocateur in his artful docu-fiction hybrid  

23/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Baltic Film Competition

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Tallinn Black Nights Baltic Competition title The Generation of Evil

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Tallinn Black Nights Baltic Competition title The Generation of Evil

Emilis Vėlyvis’ newest feature aims to unveil the dirty secrets that are buried deep within the past lives of the local political elite and are coming back to haunt their town  

26/10 | Black Nights 2021 | Baltic Film Competition

Review: Runner

Review: Runner

The sophomore feature by Lithuanian director Andrius Blaževičius, having its world premiere at Karlovy Vary, is a breathless examination of the limits of love, freedom and sacrifice  

24/08 | Karlovy Vary 2021 | East of the West

Andrius Blaževičius • Director of Runner

Interview: Andrius Blaževičius • Director of Runner

“When we were presenting the film to some industry players, they would say: ‘Why is she running?! It’s nonsense.’ But is it?”

The Lithuanian director might be showing his film in the East of the West competition at Karlovy Vary, but whatever you do, just don’t mention Tom Tykwer to him  

23/08 | Karlovy Vary 2021 | East of the West

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