Finland Tag Archive

Anders Lönnfeldt Exposes the Analogue Poetry of Christoffer Relander’s ‘Jarred & Displaced’ Photo Series

Art & Fashion, Documentary

5th January, 2017

Anders Lönnfeldt takes us behind the scenes of experimental photographer Christoffer Relander's 'bottled' landscape series 'Jarred & Displaced'.

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Hannu Aukia’s Exposes the Fragility of Modern Romantic Relationships in Short Film ‘Helsinki-Turku’

Live Action

12th February, 2015

Director Hannu Aukia’s talks to DN about how he turned a ‘vibe’ between actors into a deeply affecting short about the fragility of modern romantic

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Love Runs Volatile Yet Tender in Sakari Lerkkanen’s ‘All These Years’ Music Video

Music

14th January, 2015

Finnish Director Sakari Lerkkanen draws from a past spent living on the fringes, to deliver the deeply emotive tale of a couple’s fractious relationship

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Sakari Lerkkanen Reveals the Visual Rhythm of the Party Outcast in ‘Lintu’

Music

7th April, 2014

Director Sakari Lerkkanen pulls from fond memories of parties in abandoned locations in his native Finland for Le Roi's 'Lintu' music video. Lerkkanen takes

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Teemu Niukkanen Performs Sex Change Through Pagan Ritual in The Hearing’s ‘George As a Boy’

Music

27th January, 2014

We’ve been keeping a keen eye on the music video work of Finnish director Teemu Niukkanen for some time here at DN, suckers that we are for his askew

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Femme En Fourrure: Pretty Boy

Music

8th December, 2013

If this year’s onslaught of twerking rears got to be a little too much for you then you may well want to skip the gyration packed promo from Miikka

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Sin Cos Tan: Limbo

Music

23rd September, 2013

Death stalks a netherworld waiting room for the dearly departed in Ville Salminen’s metaphysical promo for Sin Cos Tan’s Limbo.

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Trolley Boy

Animation

15th August, 2013

In Finnish director Teemu Auersalo’s stylised animation, a Trolley Boy attempts to break up the monotony of his job only to find that his method of

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HIFF: Love & Anarchy

Film Festival, Live Action

6th August, 2013

If I had to name a filmmaker whose work has consistently left DN’s collective jaws agape, nine times out of ten the name which would jump to my lips

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Cocoon

Art & Fashion

24th July, 2013

Originally commissioned by the Casino Helsinki for display on its large scale public screen, Petri Ruikka’s now stand alone short Cocoon, shows a

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I Was a Teenage Satan Worshipper: Make Your Move

Music

16th January, 2013

The bassist cannot rehearse. He has other kind of plans. Teemu Niukkanen and I Was a Teenage Satan Worshipper recombine their talents to deliver an

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GRIND

Art & Fashion

13th November, 2012

Originally created for the Thank you for the music exhibition at Helsinki’s KIASMA, Miikka Lommi applies his bizarre talents to the world of Jamaican

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