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This year's Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival will run from November 11 to 27. Its selection this year includes a new strand, Critics' Picks. We'll be bringing you coverage soon, please bear with us while we input the programme. It will open with My Neighbor Adolf and the country focus this year is Israel.
View Films by Strand:
- Baltic Competition
- Best Of Fest
- Children's Competition
- Children's Rights Programme
- Critics' Picks Competition
- Environment Agency Environmental Film Programme
- Estonian Olympic Committee Sports Film Programme
- First Feature Competition
- Flowers are not silent. Resistance films of Belarus
- In Focus: Israel
- Just Film Youth Programme
- Midnight Shivers
- Official Selection
- Opening Film and Special Screenings
- Rebels With A Cause
- Screen International Critics' Choice
- Spotlight: Brazil
- The Golden Ratio. Three Films with Lembit Ulfsak
- Youth Competition
- Youth Programme
View previous years coverage of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival festival:
Black Nights Latest Reviews
The Eight Mountains is the story of a friendship. Of children becoming men who try to erase the footprints of their fathers, but who, through the twists and turns they take, always end up returning home.
Two men and a mysterious manuscript.
When a satellite falls from orbit and crashes into the suburban home of a dysfunctional family in Ohio, the father seizes the opportunity to fulfil his dream of becoming an astronaut by re-building it into his own rocket ship. While his wife and daughter believe he's experiencing a midlife crisis, surreal events begin to unfold around him.
Some people spend their lives wondering why a marriage didn’t last. Signe Baumane set out to get some answers. The result is this animated film, which combines ancient mythology and contemporary neuroscience.
Two very different, married people fall in love in a remote Icelandic community.
A graduation weekend away goes drastically wrong when a masked killer shows up.
A road movie which draws from the archives of artist Audrey Amiss.
A Ukranian immigrant faces racism as she seeks justice.
A reclusive English teacher living with severe obesity attempts to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter for one last chance at redemption.
An intimate portrait of a woman who returns home to care for her dying mother.
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