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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.

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  

30/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Review: Nr. 10

Review: Nr. 10

Dutch director Alex van Warmerdam returns with a characteristically disturbing and unclassifiable film  

30/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Review: A Place Called Dignity

Review: A Place Called Dignity

Matías Rojas Valencia goes straight to hell in his Tallinn official competition entry based on a terrifying true story that one would hope was completely made up  

30/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Review: Other Cannibals

Review: Other Cannibals

This year’s First Feature Competition victor is an unnerving tale of an oddly well-adjusted cannibal, by debuting director Francesco Sossai  

30/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Review: Blind Love

Review: Blind Love

This thrifty, inventive, no-budget debut by young Swiss-Kenyan filmmaker Damien Hauser tackles the subject of disability with both empathy and irreverence  

30/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

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  

29/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | Baltic Film Competition

Review: The Radio Amateur

Review: The Radio Amateur

A young autistic man obsessed with radio engineering tries to find some independence, but crueller forces attempt to impede him, in Spaniard Iker Elorrieta’s sensitive debut  

29/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature 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  

29/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | Baltic Film Competition

Review: A Vanishing Fog

Review: A Vanishing Fog

Augusto Sandino’s film mixes magical realism with psychological-drama elements, with an impending ecological disaster taking place in the background  

29/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

REPORT: Baltic Event Works in Progress 2021

REPORT: Baltic Event Works in Progress 2021

Project presentations from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Finland, presented physically and streamed online, participated in this year's edition of Tallinn's local industry programme  

29/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event

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