The Unprecedented Cinema

International Festival of Short Film

[2017-01-16]   17- th short film festival
[2016-07-12]   

We have received 663 entries from 64 countries:Australia, Austria ,Argentina, Belgium ,Bosnia and Herzegovina ,Brazil , Belarus, Bulgaria, Denmark, Venezuela, Spain, Singapore, Slovakia, Serbia, Switzerland, South Korea, Scotland, Sweden, Slovenia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, France, Finland, Russia, Republic of Korea, Norway, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, Hungary, Canada, Costa Rica, Chile, Croatia, Cuba, China, Cyprus, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Ethiopia, Oman, Peru, Poland, Pakistan, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Pakistan, Iran, Italy, Ireland, Israel, India, Ukraine, Luxembourg, Turkey, Thailand, Japan

We have selected 57 films to be screened at the festival in Maardu Leisure Centre.

On June 2nd we have screened a book trailer competition programme as well as 5 different children and amateur competition programmes.

There were 8 awards in total.

Festival Jury, Maardu:

Mait Laas – director

Maria Kalinko – presenter, journalist, director (Russia)

Ivan Pavlyuchkov – director, screenwriter

Maria Naaber-Glazistova – producer, film and media teacher

 

We have selected 51 films for the Tallinn competition.

There were 12 videos in the Music Video category.

We screened 6 different competition programmes on June 3-4th in the Russian Cultural Centre.

12 films have received awards.

Festival Jury, Tallinn:

Peeter Simm – director, screenwriter

Janno Põldmaa – director, writer, producer

Andrei Bond – director, screenwriter

Nikita Rozhdenstvenski – director of phototgraphy (Russia)

Anatoly Belov – music producer

On June 5th we screened 8 more films that were not included in the festival competition.

Summary:

The audience has seen 108 new films in total. Most of them were screened for the first time in Estonia.

 

Festival organisers: Studio Meksvideo

 

[12/07/2016]

We have received 663 entries from 64 countries:Australia, Austria ,Argentina, Belgium ,Bosnia and Herzegovina ,Brazil , Belarus, Bulgaria, Denmark, Venezuela, Spain, Singapore, Slovakia, Serbia, Switzerland, South Korea, Scotland, Sweden, Slovenia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, France, Finland, Russia, Republic of Korea, Norway, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, Hungary, Canada, Costa Rica, Chile, Croatia, Cuba, China, Cyprus, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Ethiopia, Oman, Peru, Poland, Pakistan, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Pakistan, Iran, Italy, Ireland, Israel, India, Ukraine, Luxembourg, Turkey, Thailand, Japan

We have selected 57 films to be screened at the festival in Maardu Leisure Centre.

On June 2nd we have screened a book trailer competition programme as well as 5 different children and amateur competition programmes.

There were 8 awards in total.

Festival Jury, Maardu:

Mait Laas – director

Maria Kalinko – presenter, journalist, director (Russia)

Ivan Pavlyuchkov – director, screenwriter

Maria Naaber-Glazistova – producer, film and media teacher

 

We have selected 51 films for the Tallinn competition.

There were 12 videos in the Music Video category.

We screened 6 different competition programmes on June 3-4th in the Russian Cultural Centre.

12 films have received awards.

Festival Jury, Tallinn:

Peeter Simm – director, screenwriter

Janno Põldmaa – director, writer, producer

Andrei Bond – director, screenwriter

Nikita Rozhdenstvenski – director of phototgraphy (Russia)

Anatoly Belov – music producer

On June 5th we screened 8 more films that were not included in the festival competition.

Summary:

The audience has seen 108 new films in total. Most of them were screened for the first time in Estonia.

 

Festival organisers: Studio Meksvideo