Estonian Films to Be Screened in Copenhagen


The Estonian Embassy in Denmark in co-operation with Husets Biograf, the cinema at Copenhagen’s biggest culture house Huset KBH, has organised the three-night film series “Estonian Film Nights”.

Estonian Ambassador Katrin Kivi stated that the film nights are dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia. “Showing Estonian films in the famous Copenhagen culture house will give us a good opportunity to introduce our cinema and Estonia in general,” noted Ambassador Kivi.

The opening night of the film series will be Wednesday, 17 April. The series will be introduced by Tristan Priimägi of the Estonian Film Institute.

On the first film night, 17 April, guests can watch Grigor Kromanov’s film “Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel”. On the next night, to be held on 8 May, Rasmus Merivoo’s “Buratino” will be shown, and on 5 June audiences will be able to view Mati Kütt’s “Sky Song”, Ülo Pikkov’s “Body Memory”, Rao Heidmets’s “Instinct”, and Riho Unt’s film “Brothers Bearheart”.

For more information on the opening event on 17 April:

The culture house Huset KBH is Denmark’s first and biggest culture house, where a multitude of music, theatre, film, and spoken word events take place. More information on Husets KHB and Husets Biograf:

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