STUPID YOUNG HEART
Crystal Bear Generation 14Plus – Berlinale 2019, Official selection – Tiff 2018
PRINCE OF PARIS
Espoo Ciné 2019
Jussi Award for the Best Documentary (2018)
"The most stopping finnish rap documentary ever made" – FUM
DO I HAVE TO TAKE CARE OF EVERYTHING?
Academy Award® Nominee 2014 – Short Film Live Action
Winner of the Short Film Jury Award, Sundance Film Festival 2013
★★★★ Image, ★★★★ Episodi
Official selection Vision Du Réel, ★★★★ HS, ★★★★ mtv.fi
Official selection Locarno Film Festival 2016
Locarno, Pardi di domani,International short film competition 2014
ONCE I WAS A DRAGONFLY
DocPoint Helsinki Documentary Festival – Critic's Choice award 2017
A documentary film Prince of Paris, directed by Veera Lehto-Michaud, will have it’s national premiere at Espoo Ciné International Film Festival in early May.
Film explores the lifes of Princesse, a 9-year-old Cameroonian, and her father, who leaves Africa to make their dreams come true. The two keep in touch through numerous phone calls.
Princesse goes to school while her father is trying to make it in Paris cleaning streets and selling souvenirs that enable him to send nice clothes to his daughter – and a smartphone that she’s been begging for.
Prince of Paris is produced by Venla Hellstedt for Tuffi Films.
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“Little girls are allowed to be strong and wild,” Selma Vilhunen said. “I think the society starts to shape them into a certain kind of quietness when they reach puberty.” Our Selma Vilhunen and hobbyhorses featured in The New York Times. Read the full article below!