Tallinn. New issue of Estonian Culture magazine published by the Estonian Institute

25.12.2008

The double issue - 2007 (2) and 2008 (1) focuses on film. Jaanus Kulli writes about Kaljo Kiisk and his lucky fate. Gerda Kordemets reflects on life before and after the film Class. Film director and critic Jaak Kilmi offers an insight into the transitional society through contemporary Estonian documentary film.
The activities of Kinobuss (Cinema Bus) are described by Mari Peelbaum, and the problems of the often unjustly disregarded film music are discussed by  prominent Estonian film music composers Sven Grünberg, Olav Ehala and Ülo Krigul.

The magazine also examines the impact of Buddhism, as well as Indian culture, in Estonia. Answers are sought to such questions as what exactly happened at the time of Henry of Livonia, and why we need the National Museum of Estonia. One article is devoted to the first song festival in Võro language.

The magazine Estonian Culture is issued twice a year since 2003. Through the Estonian Institute and our embassies abroad, it is distributed to many countries in Europe and further.

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