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Ma.Ja.De.

ma.ja.de. filmproduktion was founded in 1991 and counts among the few production companies in Germany specialising in the production of high-profile international documentaries. In 2005 ma.ja.de´s growing involvement in international feature film production led to the founding of ma.ja.de fiction. The first ma.ja.de fiction film production was Khadak by Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth. At […]  More

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100 years of cinema exhibition in Finland – a historical profile

By Kari Uusitalo The author is Editor-in-chief of The Finnish National Filmography, planned to be a set of 10 volumes compiling at least 6 000 pages. It will highlight the phases of Finnish feature film production through the years. Since 1989 five volumes have been published.  More

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International ChoreoLab Austria | call

International ChoreoLab Austria | call

Date: August 27, 2011 - September 4, 2011

the International ChoreoLab Austria (ICLA) calls for participation in a unique interdisciplinary seminar on the theory and practice of celerity, duration & space.   More

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Marianna Films Oy

Marianna Films Oy specialises in production of national feature films and co-productions of European films. It was founded in 1987 in Helsinki by Mika Kaurismäki, who has produced and directed several films for the company and has been the managing director of the company since the beginning. The company has also produced some debut films […]  More

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Matila Röhr Nordisk Oy

The Matila Röhr Nordisk company has been producing feature films and TV shows for over 20 years. The company uses two different brands: MRP Matila Röhr Productions MRP Matila Röhr Productions is the feature film brand of the Matila Röhr Nordisk company. It was founded in 1990 by two feature film professionals, Marko Röhr and […]  More

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Finn-Lab Oy

Finn-Lab Oy is a professional film laboratory located in Helsinki, Finland. The company was established in 1990 and ever since it has been the major laboratory giving services to Finnish film makers. The company offers full services to film makers in all the laboratory works including film processing, negative cutting, sound negatives, presentation copies and […]  More

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Cinemaker Oy

Cinemaker Oy is a film production company founded in 1990. It is owned by producer-director Hannu Tuomainen and its central focus is on independent fictions and on films for children and young audience. Cinemaker produced the feature length GGI-animation Niko & The Way To The Stars, which premiered in Finland October 2008. NIKO  has reached […]  More

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Bergani Films Ltd

Bergani Films specializes in full animation and limited animation productions for its clients.  Bergani combines highly specialized professional animation traditions and post-production digital technology. The company also provides merchandising services.  More

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Tampere University of Applied Sciences

Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) is an internationally-oriented multi-disciplinary university offering higher education in seven fields of study and over 40 degree programmes. The School of Art and Media is one of the three schools of the university. Amongst the courses offered by the school are degree in media and degree in film and […]  More

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Aalto University School of Art and Design

The Aalto University School of Art and Design has been a leader in art and design education for over 138 years. It is an international postgraduate university institution with students from over 50 countries. It offers doctorate, master and bachelor degrees in a wide range of disciplines – fine art, design, new media, art education, […]  More

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Turku University of Applied Sciences – Arts Academy

Cultural education in Turku has a long history. The Turku School of Fine Arts was established in 1830, the Turku Conservatoire in 1962 and the Turku School of Arts and Communication in 1991. The traditions of these educational institutions are preserved within the walls of Turku Arts Academy. The academy offers degree program in film […]  More

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Audiovisuaalisen Kulttuurin Edistämiskeskus (AVEK) (The Promotion Centre For Audiovisual Culture)

AVEK (The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture) was established in 1987 by the Finnish copyright organization Kopiosto. It uses its share of copyright remuneration to promote audiovisual culture: cinema, video and television. The majority of the funds that AVEK distributes originate from private copying levy, eg. from blank video cassettes and blank DVDs. The function […]  More

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The Finnish Film Foundation

The Finnish Film Foundation grants support for professional Finnish film production. The Foundation´s goal is to promote high-quality, versatile and unique Finnish film. The support can be granted for feature-length, short and episodic fiction, documentary, animation and children’s films. The production support is granted for the writing of a film script, development of a film […]  More

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POEM Foundation

The POEM Foundation is an audiovisual production resource centre. The mission of the POEM Foundation is to create an international operating environment for local audiovisual production. Its purpose is to promote, develop, support and maintain the audiovisual industry and culture in Northern Ostrobothnia and within the Bothnian Arc. The foundation supports and develops film, television, […]  More

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Animaatioklinikka Suomen animaationtekijät ry (Association For Finnish Animation)

Animaatioklinikka is an organisation representing its members working in the field of animation in Finland. Animaatioklinikka organises film screenings, visits to studios, festival trips, life drawing etc. The newsletter which is sent to the members several times a year gives an update to what’s going on within the association and in the field of animation […]  More

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Opetus- ja kulttuuriministeriö (Ministry of Education and Culture)

In the central government, the promotion and development of film and other audiovisual production come under the Culture and Media Division of the Ministry of Education. Legislation pertaining to television comes under the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Subordinate to the Ministry of Education are the National Audiovisual Archive and the Finnish Board of Film Classification. National […]  More

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Tampere Film Festival

Tampere Film Festival is a short film festival with an International and National Competition. The festival also offers seminars, exhibitions, concerts and club nights – and above all, opportunities for audiences and filmmakers to meet. Prizes in the International Competition: Grand Prix (5000 euro), Best Animation, Best Fiction and Best Documentary 1500 euro each, Prix […]  More

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Espoo Cine International Film Festival

Espoo Ciné is an international film festival arranged annually in August at Espoo Cultural Centre in Tapiola. Espoo Ciné is a member of European Coordination of Film Festivals EEIG and European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation MELIES D’OR. The festival focuses on European films, complementing them with carefully chosen selection of cinematic gems from other continents. […]  More

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Blind Spot Pictures

Blind Spot Pictures is a Finnish production company established in 1997 by ACE -producer Tero Kaukomaa. Its mission is to produce and co-produce quality features for international markets. Filmography includes Jade Warrior by AJ Annila, Man’s Job by Aleksi Salmenperä, Dancer in the Dark by Lars von Trier (Zentropa / Denmark), Rainbowmaker by Nana Djordjadze […]  More

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Euphoria Borealis Ry

Euphoria Borealis ry is a Finnish cultural association working in the fields of visual and audiovisual culture. It consists of a group of young people interested in arts and culture in general, both professionals and students. The aim of the association is to encourage, develop and diversify the knowledge and making of audiovisual art by […]  More

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Camera Cagliostro

Film-co-operative Camera Cagliostro (est. 1999) is a small but well-known Finnish production company. It specialises in animation and both radio and TV documentaries. The co-operative has produced the animation series Mire Bala Kale Hin, which is a co-production with three national televisions (Finland /YLE, Czech Republic /CTV, and Holland/KRO). Other award winning production includes the […]  More

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Midnight Sun Film Centre

The Midnight Sun Film Centre coordinates and stimulates audiovisual production in Finnish Lapland. The Film Centre co-operates with national and international film productions, television programs and commercial films shoots in the area. The centre provides assistance in the following areas: – locations scouting – sourcing for film professionals, trainees, extras in the region – equipments, […]  More

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Association Of Independent Producers In Finland (SATU ry)

SATU ry is an organization representing the field of independent producers of audiovisual content in Finland. It aims to foster the business of its member enterprises by influencing the legislation, representing its members on administrative and communications political forums and increasing cooperation within the field. The organization also aims to develop copyright business conditions not […]  More

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Helsinki International Film Festival – Love & Anarchy

Helsinki International Film Festival – Love & Anarchy is a non-competitive film festival held since 1988, yearly in September. The festival promotes the artistry of filmmaking, the inventive, visually stunning and controversial new films, revealing the promising talents of tomorrow. Love & Anarchy festival is a combination of different strands: Best of Young European Cinema, […]  More

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Docpoint – Helsinki Documentary Film Festival

DocPoint is dedicated solely to documentary films. Every year, the festival offers both a national and an international selection of the best brand new movies, celebrated classics, and a special selection of documentary films for children. In addition, a wide range of seminars, lectures and a Masterclass is organized. DocPoint has no official submission procedure […]  More

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Artichoke Film Festival

Artichoke Film Festival is a spring festival which focuses on women on screen as directors, filmmakers and actresses. Film submission is by invitation only. The festival is organized by Helsinki International Film Festival – Love & Anarchy every year in April.  More

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University Of Lapland

Department of Media Audiovisual Media Culture Media studies are located at the crossroads of art, science and technology. On the one hand, the field undertakes to understand and explain the role of computer-based media in modern society and the future; on the other, it offers artistic, theoretical and analytic tools with which students refine their […]  More

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A.Film Production

Founded in 1988, A. Film is affiliated with A. Film L.A. (USA), A. Film Estonia and Friendly Fritz (Germany). This A. Film group of companies produces classical hand-drawn and CGI animation for feature films, TV series,  shorts, educationals, commercials, and games for the international market. A. Film has produced a variety of well-known feature films […]  More

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The Animation Workshop

Since 2007, The Animation Workshop has been organized as Centre for Animation, providing knowledge and competency development for the Danish animation industry through activities and development project in the 7 departments: Bachelor of Arts Department, Professional Training, Open Workshop, The Drawing Academy, Centre for Education and Animation, The Incubation House and Animation Hub. The Animation […]  More

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Den Danske Filmskole (The National Film School Of Denmark)

The National Film School of Denmark is a state school, financially supported by the Danish Ministry of Cultural Affairs. The school was founded in 1966 by Theodor Christensen and is situated on the small island of Frederiksholm in the harbour of Copenhagen. There are four study programmes available: film, TV, scriptwriting and animation directing. The […]  More

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