Black Nights Film Festival will happen, lockdown or no lockdown! in Estonia.

Following the events unfolding in the world and the signs of potential COVID-19 resurgence in Europe, we are preparing for all possible scenarios, including making most of the festival and industry features available online.  This includes a new feature: the international press and industry will have online access to films and projects, no matter theirContinue reading “Black Nights Film Festival will happen, lockdown or no lockdown! in Estonia.”

Tallinn Music Week conference to focus on Leadership in Culture

The Creative Impact Conference, taking place within the Tallinn Music Week (TMW) festival on 28 and 29 August will address the topics of Music Industry 2.0, Sustainable Development Goals and Neighbours, through the lens of Resilience and Leading Change. Leadership expert Ben Nothnagel, iconic music entrepreneur Tapio Korjus, the Undersecretary of the Arts at theContinue reading “Tallinn Music Week conference to focus on Leadership in Culture”

“President Kaljulaid makes official visit to Germany”

Today, President Kersti Kaljulaid heads to an official visit to Berlin to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Estonian embassy. The head of state will also meet with President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and representatives of an influential think tank and association of German industries and visit the German offices of Estonian companies Skeleton and Ampler. ‘The visitContinue reading ““President Kaljulaid makes official visit to Germany””

“President Kaljulaid of Estonia: pandemic cannot be used as a pretext to hinder access of humanitarian aid”

The restrictions on movement related to the pandemic are understandable, but they must not be used to artificially obstruct the provision of humanitarian aid in conflict areas, Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid said at a high-level discussion on the protection of civilians in armed conflict at the UN Security Council today. At the heart of Estonia’sContinue reading ““President Kaljulaid of Estonia: pandemic cannot be used as a pretext to hinder access of humanitarian aid””