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Rainer Sarnet

Rainer Sarnet

Rainer Sarnet (b. 1969) is a film and stage director, film critic, and creator of photo comics for newspapers. He has made several shorts and in 2007, he debuted in features with ‘Where Souls Go’. ‘The Idiot’, inspired by the Dostoyevsky novel, came four years later. The film had its world premiere at the Busan IFF and subsequently toured the festival circuit (Best Cinematography at the PÖFF). His fourth full-lenght feature, ‘November’, based on the best-selling novel by Andrus Kivirähk, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, where it won the best cinematography award.

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Year Film title Type Crew Actor
2021 "The Diary of Vaino Vahing" Documentary Director
Screenwriter
2018 "The Bank" TV Serial Director
2017 "November " Feature film Director
Screenwriter
2011 "The Idiot" Feature film Director
Screenwriter
2007 "Where Souls Go" Feature film Director
Screenwriter
2005 "The Curse of Werewolf" Feature film Director
Screenwriter
2000 "Work" Documentary Director
Screenwriter
1999 "Happy landing: Goodbye, My Love, Goodbye" Feature film Director
Screenwriter
1998 "Werefoxes and Undead" Students film Director
Screenwriter
1994 "Vari seinal" Students film Director
Screenwriter

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