National Competition

Event Timeslots:

Friday 26.08.2022
8€ Buy tickets

Saturday 27.08.2022
8€ Buy tickets

Screening time: 1 h 20 min

Films in this screening:

Tomi Niko Krister Malkki:

Burning Love
(Tulen lumous)

Finland, 2022. 10 minutes.

The mystery of fire, love and death.

Lauri Ketonen, Konsta Verta:

Tales of the Outback
(Takamaan tapauksia)

Finland, 2021. 13 minutes.

Three mystical characters gather in a misty mountain cabin, where they start to tell stories to each other. Folktales takes viewers to Finnish landscapes where mysterious and strange incidents have occurred over time. After three stories the mist has passed and three characters leave the cabin.

Katariina Anna Maria Haukka:

The Paper

Finland, 2022. 5 minutes.

The Paper flew away from the artist Marja. She tries to tame the Paper by any means necessary. But only understanding the Paper can reveal its true nature.

Mika Koskinen:

Letters to Parkkimäentie
(Kirjeitä Parkkimäentielle)

Finland, 2022. 8 minutes.

And the greatest of these is love. Director’s grandparents’ letters and writings have a dialogue throughout centuries. Time passes and finally only one of them is left with never ending longing.

Sirpa Kristiina Loivarinne:


Finland, 2022. 6 minutes.

A Crime wave has hit The Art Museum. It’s focused on certain painting, which is the love of one man’s life. What could save the love?

Iiti Yli-Harja:

All My Mom’s Phone Calls
(Kaikki äitini puhelut)

Finland, 2021. 10 minutes.

A chaotic but warm-hearted puppet animation documentary about my mother trying to cope with absurd demands coming from different phone calls.

Iida-Sofia Kivistö:

You were in my dream
(Olit mun unessa)

Finland, 2021. 4 minutes.

A woman falls asleep during a heavy rain. In a dream, she meets her old friend, a soul mate. A friend shows up in her dream first in the form of a bird, but the deeper she goes into the dream the more familiar the face of the friend will become.

Aleksi Mäkelä:


Finland, 2021. 7 minutes.

A gentle tribute to a young boy’s endless summers on the lake with Grandad.

Robert Lönnqvist:

Bad to the Boner

Finland, 2021. 19 minutes.

Boner, a spiritless millennial, spends his gloomy life on his computer doing absolutely nothing. One day everything changes, when Boner’s single mother never comes back from the grocery store and Boner starves to death on his keyboard. At his final judgement, neither The Cap nor Sexy Legged Devil feel accountable for Boner’s passive soul, so unanimously he is sent to an eternal grave. However, a wet dream of the Sexy Legged Devil miraculously wakes Boner from his infinite rest. Hornily in love, Boner feels alive for the first time in his “life” and sets on an adventure to make love with the devil.

Event Timeslots:

Friday 26.08.2022
8€ Buy tickets

Saturday 27.08.2022
8€ Buy tickets