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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: 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

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

Malachi Smyth • Director of The Score

Interview: Malachi Smyth • Director of The Score

“I like these small moments in time when lives are changed forever”

We talked to the director of this British musical set in a roadside café, which features music by Johnny Flynn  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Review: The Score

Review: The Score

British writer-director Malachi Smyth brings a potential cinematic first to Tallinn Black Nights – a “singing” heist film  

24/11 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Nine leading independent production outfits form "The Creatives"

Nine leading independent production outfits form "The Creatives"

Spearheaded by France's Haut et Court, the new producers' alliance has struck a unique three-year partnership agreement with Fremantle, which will help to develop and fund high-end drama series  

23/11 | Production | Funding | France /Netherlands /Belgium /Norway /Germany /Israel /UK /US

Helen Mirren to headline Guy Nattiv’s new feature Golda

Helen Mirren to headline Guy Nattiv’s new feature Golda

The Academy Award winner will play Golda Meir, Israel’s first female Prime Minister in a thriller telling the stateswoman’s story and her controversial decisions during the Yom Kippur War  

19/11 | Production | Funding | US/UK

The curtain is about to be raised for the 40th Cambridge Film Festival

The curtain is about to be raised for the 40th Cambridge Film Festival

The prestigious UK gathering, running in-venue from 18-25 November, will have more than 100 titles present, with over half being UK premieres  

10/11 | Festivals | Awards | UK

Review: Settlers

Review: Settlers

Wyatt Rockefeller's sci-fi western set on Mars is not a boring political film about a future environmental disaster, but is able to excite and entertain  

08/11 | Trieste Science+Fiction 2021

Review: Rose: A Love Story

Review: Rose: A Love Story

Jennifer Sheridan’s debut is a romantic and modern-day version of the classic vampire genre film buoyed by an excellent acting performance from Sophie Rundle  

04/11 | Trieste Science+Fiction 2021

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