• Estonian production companies have experience working with international crews.
  • Experienced crew members are described as reliable, disciplined, hardworking and ready to contribute flexible working hours (PeacefulFish, 2012).
  • Many Estonians are proficient in several languages - English, Russian, Finnish, etc.
  • Best-known Estonian animation studio Nukufilm has a wide range of skills ranging from stereoscopic stop-motion to 3D animation.
  • Estonia has big music potential and several local and internationally acclaimed composers are already very experienced in working with filmmakers. There are also a number of high-level music collectives that are able to contribute to films.
  • Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM) provides film industry with educated producers, script writers, animators and other members of the film crew.
  • Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF, link) is the biggest Northern European film event and one of the 15th feature film competition festivals in the world according to FIAPF (link http://www.fiapf.org/intfilmfestivals_sites.asp)
  • PÖFF’s Baltic Event is the biggest co-production market in the north-eastern Europe.

Estonian Film Institute
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