Director and editor: Siim Parisoo DOP: Tair Timmi Assistant: Marie Reemann Make-up: Kersti Niglas Costume : Triinu Pungits Production: Ö Stuudio, Mari Kalkun Cast: Helgur Rosenthal, Mari Kalkun, Error Tantsukool
Music: Mari Kalkun Mix: Martin Kikas, Ö Stuudio Master: Jaakko Viitalähde, Virtalähde Mastering
Sponsors: Kubija hotell-loodusspa, Trendwood, FSC, Kultuurkapital
Special thanks: Taavi Tatsi, Martin Kikas, family Reemann
“Jakop’s Dream” (“Jakopi unõnägo”) is a documentary/music video about the life in Võrumaa, Southern edge of Estonia through the eyes of a director Anna Hints. It’s filmed very close to my home in Viitina, the song lyrics also originate from the same filming locations. Carving a cross onto a tree to the one who departed is an old and unique local custom. In this video you also see the visuals of lamenting. This particular cross in the video is very fresh, made for my father. So the lamenting in the video was born in the moment and sang to him.
I’m most thankful for her “eyes” and to my neighbour Ahto (playing Jakop), who let us look into his life and took the filming as it’s natural thing to happen every day (although it was his first time to be filmed). I bow to the coolest filming crew and all the supporters and kickstarters!
Camera Kullar Viimne, editing Sören Tali (2015)
A video about recording and creating Mari Kalkun & Runorun album “Tii ilo”. Filmed in August 2014 in Tuhalaane village, Estonia. “Tii ilo” record was released on 17.04.2015 by Rockadillo Records (Finland).
Video: Eiko Ojala, Martin Rääk, Reimo Õun
Helsinki 2014 Visual installations Tatjana Bergelt
Hymn for the Road Lyrics Mari Kalkun, Kristiina Ehin, music Mari Kalkun
Video & editing: Ville Tanttu Sound & mixing: Mikko Ingman Lights: Jukka Kolimaa Production of Sibelius Academy, recorded at Black Box, Helsinki Music Centre
Live at Euroradio concert 13/03/2011 in Tallinn. Video by Kullar Viimne, camera by Kullar Viimne, Erik Norkroos. Sound Tanel Klesment (Klassikaraadio)
Live at Euroradio concert 13/03/2011 in Tallinn. Video by Kullar Viimne, camera by Kullar Viimne and Erik Norkroos, sound Tanel Klesment (Klassikaraadio)