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The world cinema podcast from two Finnish audiovisual arts graduates/students, Karri Ojala and Henrik Telkki. New episodes biweekly on Thursdays.

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Jun 25, 2020

How to analyse a film that is not meant to be analysed? The premise is there is no premise, only 21 minutes of surreal imagery inspired by dreams. The world-famous painter Salvador Dali co-wrote his first film, An Andalusian Dog, with his student colleague Luis Buñuel. Despite having written a screenplay, the film...


Jun 18, 2020

Director Yoon Sung-hyun (Bleak Night, 2011) returns from his nearly 9-year hiatus with a completely different film, Time to Hunt, a South Korean dystopian heist thriller, now doing rounds on Netflix. With its rather unrelenting pace, interesting cinematography and high profile lead actors, the crew has created something...


Jun 11, 2020

Poland's 2019 Oscar nominee Corpus Christi has something in store for everyone - whether you're a believer or not. The new hot property director of Poland, Jan Komasa, has displayed his versatility, shifting from action to slow burns throughout his career. Join Karri and Henrik as they break down his most famous work...


Jun 4, 2020

No Man's Land throws the audience in the middle of the peak Bosnian War and tells the story of Nino and Ciki, soldiers from opposing sides, who get stuck in the no man's land.

Our guest Daniel Tarade was born in Bosnia and lives now in Toronto, Ontario.

Back in episode #29 the podcast looked at the Serbian anti-war...