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A Communist’s Daughter is a documentary film about director Jani Peltonen’s grandmother Eila, who lived in the Crimea in the 1930s as a refugee. Later in Finland in the 60s, she grew wealthier with the nation. The documentary is built on family film archives, showcasing the trophies of the standard of living they had reached.
Filmmaker Kira Jääskeläinen follows Sakari Pälsi’s footsteps to Northeastern Siberia, taking Pälsi’s film from 100 years ago with her. The film evokes conversations on traditions and change. What does the life of indigenous people look like today?
The Finnish civil war in 1918 was also a children's war, with child soldiers on both sides. Children saw and experienced a lot, fought in battles, were wounded and executed also. But children also played on the ruins of the war and believed in their future. Reflections of Children in War is based on authentic photographs, and they speak for themselves. Each child, White and Red alike, is a victim of war.
A documentary The Illuminators by Antti Haase starts tour in Lapland.
"Nokia Mobile - We Were Connecting People" has been selected to IDFA
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