Wader is all about Baltic and Nordic periphery-cultures and province artists. Founded in 2013 by Estonian subcultures newspaper Müürileht, one of Wader's aims is to place Estonian contemporary culture onto the picture equally with the rest of the world.


Review: Estonian-Georgian film “Tangerines”

The Estonian-Georgian film, “Tangerines” (“Mandariinid” in Estonian) has been one of the most internationally successful films, involving Estonian filmmakers, in recent times. Just recently, Belgium’s Oostende IFF awarded the work of director Zaza Urushadze the European Taste with Best Film award. In addition, the Eurasia IFF in Kazakhstan has awarded the Best …

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Young Estonian artists: Kristel Saan

Kristel Saan is a young artist, with aspirations reaching beyond Estonian border. She has lived and studied in London, travelled a lot and participated in many international exhibitions. Her first solo-exhibition ‘Sunbed’ took place in Helsinki, Finland. We asked this young artist what it’s like to be a part of the international art …

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An Estonian in Hollywood: interview with a cameraman Alar Kivilo

Alar Kivilo has been dubbed in Estonia as “our main man in Hollywood”. Renowned cameraman Kivilo is active both in television as well as motion pictures, and he has been inducted into the prominent American Society of Cinematographers (ASC). Interview by Martin Oja II Born in Canada, he currently resides …

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