New issue of Estonian Film magazine now available ({{commentsTotal}})

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The brand new issue of the Estonian Film Institute's English language magazine "Estonian Film" is now available online.

Among other topics, the latest issue takes of closer look at the new Estonian horror movie "Ghost Mountaineer", Oscar contender "1944", nominees of the Estonia 100 feature film competition, and young talent Priit and Märt Pius, Estonia's first identical twin actors.

Click here for the desktop version and here to access tablet and phone versions of the magazine.

Editor: M. Oll



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