The Estonian-Croatian short animated film Eeva will have its international premiere at the Berlinale Film Festival in Germany on the 16th of February.
The film was made by Morten Csinakov and Lucija Mrzljak and is a collaboration between Eesti Joonisfilm and Adriatic Animation. The plot follows Eeva on the day of her husband’s funeral. "It is pouring rain at the funeral. There are many tears, too much wine, several woodpeckers, and a handful of dreams to fill in the gaps," reads the Berlinale website about the film.
Eeva || Trailer from Eesti Joonisfilm on Vimeo.
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