Estonia Tag Archive

Live Action

Helen Takkin Breaks Down Using Drowning as a Powerful Metaphor for Depression in ‘Descent’

Helen Takkin breaks down the production process behind her powerfully deployed metaphor of drowning in devastating mental health short 'Descent'.

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Animation

How Millions of Years of Evolution Inspired Martinus Klemet to Create Animated Poem ‘Angel’s Trumpet’

Award-winning Estonian animator Martinus Klemet returns to Directors Notes to discuss his animated poem 'Angel's Trumpet'.

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Animation, Asides

Kut

Take a peep into a whimsical world where animator Lucija Mrzljak plays with the laws of perspective and gravity in 'Kut'.

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Animation

A Vampire Sinks His Teeth into the Plastic Surgery Business in Martinus Klemet’s Deliciously Kitsch ‘Fatcula’

Estonian Director Martinus Klemet lifts the lid on his delightfully kitsch, animated reimagining of Bram Stoker’s seminal blood sucker.

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Animation, Asides, Music

High Art Prose Clash With Low Art Animation in Martinus Klemet’s ‘Slow Dance’

It was back in 2011 that El Vez found himself very much under the influence of Estonian animator Martinus Klemet’s series of surreal vignettes In the

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Animation

Body Memory

With a central concept revolving around the idea that our body remembers, not only individual experiences, but also the sorrow and pain of our predecessors,

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Animation

Kali Briis: I Love Your Face

Estonian animator Chintis Lundgren happily admits to creating silly animations about birds and her music video for Kali Briis track I Love Your Face is no

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