Director Jalmari Helander’s new film, Big Game, drops a Hollywood superstar into the middle of the Finnish forest.
Multicultural Finnish director Dome Karukoski’s films blend European and US sensibilities to win audiences over.
Helsinki’s Night Visions Film Fest has action, sci-fi and cult movies and big-name guests. Photo: “The Swedish Moment” (Ville Tanttu/Bufo)
Meet the woman who wrote Finland’s Oscar-nominated short film and find out what inspired her. (Includes movie trailer.)
Break out the popcorn! Here come our readers’ top 10 favourite Finnish films, gathered from our Facebook survey.
The Midnight Sun Film Festival, held in Sodankylä, Finnish Lapland each June, is an event that all film lovers should experience in their lifetime.
Director Aku Louhimies offers a grimy view of Finland, yet says his film Naked Harbour is more about hope than despair.
This one is not for kids: Rare Exports turns the concept of the Christmas film – and of Christmas itself – on its head.
Finland’s northernmost film festival, Skábmagovat, held every winter in Inari, Lapland, includes several outdoor screenings in an amphitheatre built of snow.