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Tallinn Black Nights FF Winner Finds Distribution


(UNTITLED), the satire of the New York art world directed by Jonathan Parker, has secured distribution by Swedish sales company Nonstop Enterrtainment as a result of its win in the North American Independents competition at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival held this past December in Estonia.

The film, which stars Adam Goldberg as an avant-garde musician who romances a gallerista who is involved with his successful painter brother, was one of ten American and Canadian films vying for the prize. This was the first year that the Festival inagurated a competition specifically for independent films from North America. "The program was a big hit with our audiences", announced Tina Lokk, the Festival's Director. "While we see all the Hollywood films that are out there, our experience with American and Canadian independent cinema was much more limited. The exposure we can give these films in the Festival can hopefully build up audience interest throughout the year and help these fine films find distribution in the Baltics, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe."

The Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival has been growing by leaps and bounds in the past number of years, becoming the ultimate showcase for international cinema in the region. For its 2011 edition, not only will the Festival expand the number of films in its program, but it will be host to the European Film Awards, the European equivalent of the Oscars. The double combination of the Festival's extensive program, the Baltic Event industry sidebar and the Awards Gala should put both the Festival and the city of Tallinn squarely on the international film map as a "must attend" event. For more information on the Festival, visit:

Sandy Mandelberger, Awards Watch Editor


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