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Walk the Tideline world premiere at CPH:DOX 2021, Denmark

The documentary Walk the Tideline will premiere in Denmark at the CPH:DOX film festival held from 4th of April to 2nd of May.

*Walk the Tideline' follows three beach treasure hunters, “beachcombers”. Through objects found on the beaches, the film creates a portrait of a human. What we leave behind is preserved and spit into the future as a message from the past.

CPH:DOX, Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, is one of the biggest documentary film festivals in the world. CPH:DOX was founded in 2003. This year the main theme is dedicated to the social, cultural and political changes that shape and change the world right now – and to the possible solutions.

BUFF NORDIC STAR AWARD FOR ELINA PATRAKKA IN MALMÖ

11-year old Elina Patrakka, who portrays the main character Sihja in Tuffi's Sihja, the Rebel Fairy, is one of the four winners of the BUFF Nordic Star Award for Young Actor Talents.

Despite her young age, the actor has already conquered the screens extensively and appeared in several films, such as Ragged life of Juice Leskinen (2019) and Ankeinen’s Christmas Greeting (2018) and in various TV-series including Nordic Law (2020), Peacemaker (2020), Shadow Lines (2019-2021) and Bordertown (2020).

Tuffi congratulates Elina warmly!

Tuffi Films' Sihja – The Rebel Fairy will have its Swedish premiere as part of the official selection at the BUFF International Film Festival in Malmö, Sweden. The film festival will be held on March 13-19, 2021.

Tuffi Films receives nine nominations at the national film awards

Tuffi Films’ feature film Games People Play (Jenni Toivoniemi) received eight nominations and documentary Conductivity (Salla Luhtanen) received one nomination at the Jussi awards.

Games People Play, a comedy about the tragedy of being forever young, is nominated in the following categories; Best Film (producers Venla Hellstedt, Elli Toivoniemi and Tuffi Films), Best Director (Jenni Toivoniemi), Best Actress (Emmi Parviainen), Best Supporting Actress (Ida-Maria Heinonen), Best Supporting Actor (Samuli Niittymäki), Best Screenplay (Jenni Toivoniemi), Best Editing (Samu Heikkilä) and Best Costume Design (Jouni Mervas).

Luhtanen’s documentary Conductivity got nominated for Best Original Score. Conductivity tells the story of three young conductors in the prestigious Sibelius Academy in Helsinki.

Tuffi congratulates all the nominees!

Jussi Awards are Finland’s biggest annual recognition in the film industry. There are 16 categories for the Awards altogether, from which Tuffi Films is competing in nine.