DATEFILMDIRECTOR

PRODUCTION
COMPANY

    
JANUARY   
January 21ConferenceIvan TverdovskiyNafta Films
    
FEBRUARY   
February 2Sea aastaRaimo JõerandFilmivabrik
February 5Muinasjutt puuhobusestDenis Strashnyi, Ulyana OsovskaSilmviburlane
    
JUNE   
June 4Kaka ja kevadRene VilbreA Film Eesti
June 4Estonian FuneralRene VilbreTaska Film, Filmivabrik, Apollo Film Productions
June 18Erna at WarHenrik Ruben GenzNafta Films
    
JULY   
July 9Kids of the NightPriit PääsukeAlexandra Film
 July 30 Kratt Ramus MerivooTallifornia
    
AUGUST   
    
 August 20 Soo Ergo Kuld Taska Film, Apollo Film Productions, Kassikuld
August 26 "Sõelaga vett. Merle Karusoo"Kristin Raup, Madli Lääne F-Seitse
    
SEPTEMBER   
September 10On The WaterPeeter SimmFilmivabrik
September 23Cabin nr 6Juho KuosmanenAmrion
September 24Sandra Gets A JobKaupo Kruusiauk  Kopli Kinokompanii
September 30Pingeväljade aednik. Mehis HeinsaarJoosep Matjus, Katri RannastuWildkino
SeptemberLapsmasinRain RannuTallifornia
    
OCTOBER   
October 1"Ivanna elu"Renato Borrayo SerranoBaltic Film Production
October 15 A Loss of Something Ever FeltCarlos Eduardo Lesmes LopézAlasti Kino
October 28Children of TalsinkiMoonika SiimetsAmrion
 OctoberMelchior the Apothecary  Elmo NüganenTaska Film, Nafta Films
Autumn/Winter 2021"Kiik, Kirves & Igavese Armastuse Puu"Meel PalialeTallifornia

 

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