Birgit Drenkhan

Birgit studied at the University of Tartu. She has written film reviews for Estonian cultural papers Müürileht and Sirp, and written about film and art for Estonian World.

Eight highlights of the Estonian art graduates’ exhibition

Estonian World went to see an annual exhibition by the graduate students of the Estonian Academy of Arts and brings you some of the highlights. The Estonian Academy of Arts, established in 1914, is the country’s preeminent art school – a public university that provides higher education on different art …

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Cinematography of Estonia: 10+2 must-see films

Compared with other types of arts, cinematography has a narrower timeline. Nonetheless, we might say that it’s becoming the most consumed type of art and it has made up for lost time. Estonian cinematography starts with films made by Johannes Pääsuke (He made his first documentary in 1912 and the first short …

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