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14. July, 2021 | 11:00 23:59

Wednesday July 14th

11.00 | Nikolai 26 | Mosaic Documentary:

EVAPORATED FRAGMENTS by Benoit Maestre, France, Burkina Faso, Senegal, 59′

Fifty eight speechless documentary fragments filmed in Senegal and Burkina Faso form a mosaic that mirrors the views of the author on the paradoxes of life.

18.00 | Nikolai 26 | Docs for kids :

THE EARTH IS BLUE AS AN ORANGE by Iryna Tsilyk, Lithuania/Ukraine, 74’

Single mom Anna lives in Donbass with her four children. Despite the fact that their village is bombed continuously, the family follows their challenge – all want to become film makers

19.30 | Nikolai 26 | Art Docs:

MIRROR OF THE CONDO. SEE WITH YOUR HANDS by Pavel Slavin, Japan/Russia. 18′

Movie trailer: https://yadi.sk/i/wXSJxdbBJd0teg

A doc about a Japanese artist whose motto is «Art for everyone». Yukio Kondo paints his paintings with powdered minerals mixed with glue made from animal tendons. His paintings have a characteristic texture. By touching the works, blind people can read the emotions and feelings invested in these paintings by their author.


Contemporary art collector and first to discover the great Richard Weismann, Martin Solo, takes on the challenge of introducing the world to his unique vision of art by opening his private museum to the public. In order to do this, Martin prepares a retrospective of his latest discovery: Mu Pan, a Taiwanese, Brooklyn based artist, whose fantastic works criticize and reflect the violence and brutality of society.

21.00 | Nikolai 26 | Doc for Youth:

A PUNK DAYDREAM by Jimmy Hendrickx, Belgium-Indonesia, 65′

Left to fend for themselves on the fringes of a society and family that have stigmatized them, Jakarta’s young punks speak up. The conflict of teen punk Eka with his parents is driven by an intense quest for individual freedom. Embracing similar ideals are the local traditional tribes, who have found freedom in perfect tune with nature, but struggle to maintain their identity.

21.30 | ETV2 | Help your favorite film to win the Estonian People’s Award!

CLOWN’S PLANET by Héctor Carré, Spain, Italy, Greece, 75′ |  622 9953

The film maker follows Spanish comics who entertain children in refugee camps and hospitals in different places of the world. Their challenge is to give support to children who have lost their parents.

22.30 | Nikolai 26 | Holy Music Night:

OLD RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHANTS by Filipp Orlyansky, Russia, 90′

The film is about the old Russian church tradition of liturgical singing according to znamenny notation.

€2 – €4 Ticket prices both in the city and in the country: Full ticket 4 euros, students and the elderly 2 euros, preschoolers free.


Nikolai 26
Pärnu, 80014 Estonia
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