In Post-production August 2012
Projects by EAVE producers now in post-production
- KERTU by Ilmar Raag, producer: EAVE 2004 graduate and EAVE Board Member Riina Sildos is in post-production. The film is a drama that examines the life of 30-year-old Kertu, a simple girl who has spent her life living in a small village under the watchful eye of her domineering father. When she meets Villu – a handsome but degenerate village drunk – a relationship ensues much to the disapproval of the villagers and their families. Due to premiere in autumn 2013, KERTU has a budget of approximately €500,000 and is supported by the Estonian Film Foundation, Estonian Cultural Endowment and private investors.
- EVENT 15 by Matthew Thompson, producer: EAVE 1998 graduate Christine Alderson is in post-production. Three soldiers, traumatised by war, get trapped in an elevator when terrorists set off a dirty bomb in Washington DC. Production companies: Format Films, Ipso Facto Films and Millbrook Pictures who is also financing the film.
- THE BOUNDARY MAN, written, directed and produced by Antonin Svoboda is in post-production. The film about Wilhelm Reich, the famous psychiatrist and experimental scientist, who finds himself on trial charged with deception at the end of his life, is produced by Coop 99, Lotus Film and Novotny & Novotny. Cast: Julia Jentsch, Jeanextte Hain, Birgit Minichmayr and Klaus Maria Brandauer. Support comes from Austrian Film Institute, Lower Austria, ORF, Vienna Film Fund and FISA – Filmstandort Austria
- THE HYPNOTIST by Lasse Hallström, producers: EAVE 1997 graduate Börje Hansson and EAVE 1995 graduate Peter Possne is in post-production. The thriller about the Finnish-Swedish police detective Joona Linna who investigates the brutal murder of a whole family in suburban Stockholm is based on Lars Kepler’s crime novels.
- PARADJANOV. UNTOLD DREAMS, produced and co-directed by EAVE 2009 graduate Olena Fetisova, co-produced by EAVE 2009 graduate Tinatin Kajrishvili is in post-production after shooting in Georgia, France and Ukraine. Support comes from Ukrainian State Film Agency, ARTE FRANCE CINEMA, Georgian and Armenian Film Centers.
Page published 27 August 2012.