Insider tips on TAFF, day three.
Today, there are nearly 20 screenings to choose from. Do not miss these!
Vanamehe Multikas is an Estonian web series oozing with dark humour. The old man’s adventures have gained more than 4,5 million YouTube views. Saturday’s special screening is hosted by director Peeter Ritso.
Jo-Jo Teatteri, 1pm.
Monsieur Adrien Merigeau is a Filmmaker and Art Director based in Paris, France. His wonderfully visual short film Song of the Sea is the main focus at Merigeau’s Master Class. Coming up: impressionistic landscapes and creepy creatures! Be there!
Jo-Jo Teatteri, 2.30pm.
Mika Taanila’s Tectonic Plate was created completely without camera. The feature-length lettrist film about fear of flying, security checks and time zones is based on poet Harry Salmenniemi’s original texts. A masterpiece.
ANIMAZIONI! is an anthology of Italian contemporary animation presented by sound designer and historian Andrea Martignoni. The screening takes place at Bar Ö so you’ll have a wonderful chance to combine animated shorts and, for example, red wine.
Bar Ö, 6.30pm. Free admission!
Psst! Remember to check out ANIMAZIONI DVDs at the festival shop / ticket booth.
Turun Anikistit’s exhibition Unkempt Garden is a wonderful, weird and a bit disgusting world that only exists for three days. A must!
Kuvataidekeskus at Manilla, 2–6pm. Free admission!
After a long day at screenings, we suggest you dance dance dance the night away with us at TAFF’s Official Last Night’s Party at Dynamo!
Free admission until midnight, 4 € after that.