IN PICTURES: The weekend wrap

April 26, 2019

Finns busy on the silver screen, DIY urbanism and hobbyhorses. Take a look at the past seven days in entertainment from a Finnish perspective.

Finnish short film to compete at Cannes

April 24, 2019

Finnish director Teemu Nikki’s short film All Inclusive has been nominated to compete in the Short Film Competition at the Cannes Film Festival.

Finnish films to capture audiences in Moscow

April 18, 2019

Aleksi Salmenperä’s Void (Tyhjiö) and Selma Vilhunen’s Stupid Young Heart (Hölmö nuori sydän) will be screened at the Moscow International Film Festival taking place between 18 and 25 April.

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CoPlays makes practice perfect

April 17, 2019

Technology? Rational. Sports? Passionate. So how do you combine the two? Finnish company CoPlays’ coaching platform could be the answer for both top professional clubs and grass-roots volunteers doing it just for the love of the sport.

International film festivals host Finnish flicks

April 16, 2019

Tiina Lymi’s Happier Times, Grump will be screened at the Beijing International Film Festival, while Markku Pölönen’s Land of Hope will be shown at St. Paul International Film Festival in Minnesota.

Elämys Group to sell Irish tickets for Olympics

April 15, 2019

Finnish travel and event company Elämys Group has been appointed as the exclusive ticket reseller in Ireland for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games.

IN PICTURES: The weekend wrap

April 12, 2019

Finnish jazz, rugby, reindeer and female authors. Take a look at the past seven days in entertainment from a Finnish perspective.

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Hatch gets 5G gaming with Samsung

April 11, 2019

Rovio subsidiary Hatch has teamed up with smartphone giant Samsung to bring 5G gaming to Korea and beyond.

Paf awarded for social responsibility

April 8, 2019

Finnish gaming company Paf has been recognised for its work to promote responsible gambling in Spain by the Catalan Association of Social Addictions (Acencas).

IN PICTURES: The weekend wrap

April 5, 2019

Reindeer racing, heavy metal knitting and springtime for horror. Take a look at the past seven days in entertainment from a Finnish perspective.

Historical Finnish flicks win international praise

April 3, 2019

Shorts by Maija Blåfield and Sami van Ingen have been recognised at the Ann Arbor Film Festival Stateside. Meanwhile, feature films Rodeo and Chris the Swiss continued their success in Europe, winning the awards for best script and best documentary, respectively.