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Author: Anna Lillioja

The Secret Life of a Festival Jury

The Awards of the 23rdedition of Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival have been handed out. Did your favorite film win? Was that actress, you were blown away by, awarded? And if not, why not? You might...

“Even a poet can become a terrorist.”

Interview director Narges Abyar, director of When the Moon was Full that won the Audience Award at #PÖFF23. A young couple in love. From across the market stalls in the streets of Tehran, they steal...

Day #15 at Black Nights: how are we connected?

Human relationships are a never-ending source of wonder. Sometimes, we connect deeply to someone by just spending a few hours by coincidence with them. At other times, we can’t even stand to...

Day #14 at Black Nights: do buildings dream of love?

Do androids dream of electric sheep? asked author Philip K. Dick in 1968, in his novel on which the later Blade Runner film was based. Whether it’s a sex robot, an office building or a half-alien woman...

Day #13 at Black Nights: day of the courageous.

Stories from the Balkan and ex-socialist countries have a special spot in our program today. Have you ever experienced medieval Macedonia for instance? Or seen the Serbian version of Monty Python?...

Day #10 at Black Nights: going back to my roots!

It’s raining film stars! As the streets of Tallinn are quickly filling with film guests from all over the globe. Who knows, maybe in a few years, there will be new films out, inspired by our little...

A Day Around Tallinn for Cinephiles

Fancy a bit of sightseeing in between films? But don’t want to abandon the world of cinema completely? We’ve compiled a tourist track for cinephiles like you! An added bonus is, that the...

Day #5 at Black Nights: your life is absurd, enjoy it!

Know those nights, when you walk out of the cinema, unable to speak for at least another hour? Some films let us feel life’s deep emotions thoroughly. But it’s equally impactful to be confronted with...

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