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Opening of BNFF's main programme

Applause to the opening film "Singing Revolution" in the Russian Theatre.

"Singing Revolution"

Film crew with Estonian collegues - (from left) co-director James Tusty, DoP Rein Kotov, producer Piret Tibbo-Hudgins, Rein Pruul, editor Michael Majoros and co-director Maureen Castle Tusty.

Official opening of the festival

Festival director Tiina Lokk and BNFF's development manager Kristo Tohver.

Official opening of the festival

Greeting words from festival's patron of this year, Canadian Ambassador Claire A. Poulin. On the stage with Estonian Television's Children's Choir.

Offcial opening of the festival

Estonian Minister of Culture Raivo Palmaru.

Official opening of the festival

Sleepwalkers jury member Kersti Uibo and Martti Ylöstalo (Digital Film Finland OY) announcing the Grand Prix winner of Sleepwalkers - Mikko Kuparinen ("Home Video") receives 1 km of Kodak 16 mm film print and free development of 1 hour of film print in Finn-Lab Oy.

Introducing the opening film.

Head of Sleewpalkers Monika Siimets and Liina Triškina, director of "In the Steps of Middendorff", have not noticed the huge BNFF birthday cake yet.

Estonian Television's Children's Choir holds the festival light.

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