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Weekend Wrap

IN PICTURES: The weekend wrap

Kicking off our wrap this week, Finnish film Aurora screened at SXSW in the US.Credits: : Filmikamari

A fresh take on Finland, tweaking orchestras and still breathing architecture. Take a look at the past seven days in entertainment from a Finnish perspective.

Children Of Bodom bassist Henkka T. Blacksmith reflects on the band’s illustrious career in the world of metal. (Photo: Children Of Bodom) Read the Hysteriamag article

Finnish film is being screened in Switzerland and the US. (Photo: SES) Read our article

Two Finnish artists have created a powerful commentary on the rising sea levels that threaten our planet. (Photo: Screenshot/Vimeo) Read the My Modern Met article

Mixed martial artist Makwan Amirkhani sees a rosy future ahead for the sport in Finland. (Photo: Twitter) Read our article

Finnish choreographer Jorma Elo’s work has redefined what it means to put movements to music. (Photo: Rosalie O’Connor) Read the Jerusalem Post article

Helsinki’s Amos Rex museum and cinema – proof that Finnish architectural culture is alive and well. (Photo: Museot) Read the Architects Journal article

Finnish slide-guitarist Erja Lyytinen’s new album sees her “stepping into a new territory, musically and spiritually”. (Photo: Erja Lyytinen) Read the Broadway World article

Esa-Pekka Salonen says tweak the orchestra, don’t blow it up. (Photo: Fidelio Arts) Read the New York Times article

Miia Tervo’s debut feature Aurora takes a snapshot of modern-day Finland from a refreshing angle (Photo: Filmikamari) Read the Screen Anarchy article

By: Samuli Ojala