IN PICTURES: The weekend wrap
The real Lord of the Rings, sauna beer, new Bodom and Berlinale – take a look at the past week in entertainment from a Finnish perspective.
Ferly gets animated abroad
Finnish animation studio Ferly has announced projects with Paris-based Zephyr, Canadian production company Yellow Animation and UK distributor CAKE.
Hatch partners with DOCOMO in Japan
Finnish cloud gaming pioneer and Rovio subsidiary, Hatch, has entered into a strategic partnership with leading Japanese mobile operator NTT DOCOMO.
Showcase Scotland taps Finland as partner
Scottish music industry event Showcase Scotland has chosen Finland as its partner nation for the upcoming festival in 2020.
Plenty of Finnish film on show at Berlinale
Six Finnish films have made it to this year’s Berlin International Film Festival, where projectors will commence rolling today, on 7 February.
SuperPark spreads the joy of movement worldwide
This Finnish company’s chain of indoor activity parks, designed for people of all ages, is now quickly expanding to new markets.
All the Sins wins at Göteborg Film Festival
Finnish TV series All the Sins (Kaikki synnit) has taken home the Nordisk Film & TV Fond prize for best screenwriting at the Göteborg Film Festival.
Finnish cinema sets its eyes on Budapest
Finnish Film Days will be organised for the eighth time in Budapest by FinnAgora, a centre for Finnish culture, research and business in Hungary, in co-operation with Toldi Cinema and the Finnish Film Foundation.
Eero Milonoff bags acting award in Sweden
Finnish actor Eero Milonoff has won a Guldbaggen Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the fantasy drama Border (‘Gräns’ in Swedish).
Kukouri claims top prize in London
Finnish game developer Kukouri Mobile Entertainment was named the best indie developer at the Mobile Game Awards in London.