Helsinki. The Return of Cinemabus

29.08.2006

From 29 August to 3 September the Kinobuss (Cinemabus) visits Finland again. This time the goal is Helsinki, where a film is shown and filmmaking workshops held during the annual Helsinki Festival at the old bus station grounds in the middle of the city.
Kinobuss visited Finland for the first time a year ago in August when as the Estonian Institute organised its tour through Finnish countryside.
From Tuesday to Friday 9.30 am to 3.30 pm the Estonian-Finnish crew of Kinobuss organises workshops for children, helping them to make a film from the first idea up to the last credits. The peak of the Cinemabus tour this year will be 2 September, when at 10 pm the F. W. Murnau’s silent classic horror film ‘Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror’ is shown. To promote Estonian culture as well, the group ‘Kriminaalne Elevant’ ('The Criminal Elephant') is asked to play music they composed for the film. Free admission. The organisers have also taken into account the possibility of rain — in that case the film is shown inside the nearby cinema ‘Bio Rex’.
The event is organised by the children cultural house ‘Annantalo’, ‘Bio Rex’, Helsinki Festival, ‘Love & Anarchy’ film festival, Estonian Tourist Board and the Estonian Institute. The supporters of the event are the City of Helsinki, Tallink, Estonian Film Foundation, Friends of the Estonian Institute, Estonian Ministry of Culture and the Estonian Cultural Endowment.

Further information from the Estonian Institute in Finland.

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