Tsiistre
Flax
Museum
Tsiistre
Estonia
08-11
June
2016
design
szilvia kobor
web developer
zsolt pataki
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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE

19:00 Opening of the festival

19:30 The last Livionian King – performance by Livonian artists

20:00 Opening film: Roukli, dir Veiko Őunpuu

 

THURSDAY, 9 JUNE

14:30-16:00 Estonian short films – Beliefs: yesterday, today, tomorrow (Uskumused eile täna homme)

16:00-17.30 Finno-Ugric experimental film program

18.00 -19:00 Udmurt Special – short films from Udmurtia

20.00-21:50 Small nation competition I

22:00 Jamming with local musicians: Väliharf band

 

FRIDAY, 10 JUNE

14:30:15:40 Sami documentary films

16:00-17:40 Hungarian short films

19:00-21.00 Small nation competition II

21:00-23:00 Finno-Ugric documentaries

 

SATURDAY, 11 JUNE

14.00-15.30 Finnish short films

16:00-16:30 Focus on the local youth – workshop films of Meremäe students

18:00 Closing Film – AFTERLIFE – dir. Virág Zomborácz (HU)

20:00-21:00 Award ceremony

21:30 Concert - Lepaseree

Thursday to Friday  from 15:00-17:00 Children’s corner – led by Liina Reisberg (Estonia) and Larisa Aptrieva (Bashkiria)

Photo Exhibition: "Finno-Ugric world today"

Friday to Saturday from 10:00-14:00 - Milla Koivisto’s  videoinstallation "Kaiku".

 

Panorama Program

In the panorama program there are two main sections, one is films from larger Finno-Ugric nations with established film production, for example: Finland, Estonia, Hungary and Lapland.
The second section is for experimental films and tries to show creative films worldwide.

Competition Program

The competition program is for small nations. We would like to encourage Finno-Ugric filmmakers (who don’t live in countries with established film production) to enroll in our competition and come to our festival and meet eacH other.  We give out 5 prizes: best film, best director, best cinematography and two special prizes that the jury decides upon.

 

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