The Cultural Endowment recognized the film “Rain” by Janno Jürgens, a young man from Haapsalu, as the best debut film at the annual audiovisual awards ceremony.
When presenting the award, Tristan Priimägi, Chairman of the Board of the Audiovisual Arts Endowment and film critic, asked Jürgens how many faces the author of “Rain” has. “I think a lot,” Jürgens replied. “It simply came to our notice then. It is driven by positive childhood memories. ”
Jürgens added that from childhood there is still substance to be woven into the following films.
For the film “Rain”, Mikhail Panfilov, who created the title of the best male actor in the film, and Mikhail Panfilov, who created the title of the best film composer, won the title of Best Actor in the film.
The feature film “Rain” was also a nominee for the Virgin Painting.
“Rain” was supposed to premiere in March last year, but due to the coronavirus, the premiere was postponed to September.
The title of best documentary went to Jaan Tootsen’s film “Fred Jüssi. The Beauty of Being ”, operated by Joosep Matjus from the West.
See all nominees and video awards ERRis.
Source: Lääne Elu by online.le.ee.
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