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Sky Song (2010)

Original title: Taevalaul

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Animation Duration 45:15

Is it possible to reach the moon in one breath? Yes, it is if you have the will to fly and the appropriate training. This is the case with postman Rain.
This is an animatio full of experimenting with form and materials. Some of the characters are original, but some originate from the history of mankind. The film is full of symbols and symbolism, syrreal images and scenes. This is not simply the journey of a postman to deliver the package to the Moon. It is also a philosophical journey in time and eras, through people and their characters, through thaugths ...

Director: Mati Kütt

Keywords: time | passing of time | subconsciousness | existential issues | tests | duty | kontakt tulnukatega | kosmiline mõõde | space | flow | View all »

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Main Data

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Production Firm(s) Nukufilm
Film Category Animation, Puppet
Text / Dialogue Estonian, English, German
Subtitles Estonian, English
Duration 45:15


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Producer Arvo Nuut
Director Mati Kütt
Screenwriter Mati Kütt
Cinematographer Urmas Jõemees
Art Director Mati Kütt
Animator Märt Kivi | Marili Toome | Andres Tenusaar
Composer Tõnu Kõrvits
Editor Urmas Jõemees | Mati Kütt

First releases

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  • in cinema: 19.11.2010, Cinema Sõprus", Tallinn, Estonia
  • on filmfestival: 28.11.2010, PÖFF: Animated Dreams, Estonia
  • on television: 30.01.2011, ETV, Estonia

Festivals, awards, nominations

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  • Award, Virgin Maali - Estonian Association of Film Journalists' Annual Award (Estonia), 2010, Film of the Year
  • Award, Annual Award of Estonian Cultural Endowment (Estonia), 2010, Mati Kütt
  • Award, CICDAF - China International Cartoon and Digital Art Festival (Changzhou, Beijing, China), 2011, Long Feature Category of Golden Dinosaur Award - Jury Special Prize

Partners and Sponsors

  • Kultuuriministeerium
  • EFI
  • Eesti Kultuurkapital
  • ERR
  • Rahvusarhiiv
  • BFM
  • Kinoliit
  • Eesti Filmiajakirjanike ühing
  • Tallinnfilm