Menufilmid offers a full range of production services and constantly looks for heartwarming and universal stories to produce and co-produce. Menufilmid began operating over ten years ago by producing adaptations, graphics and animations for the Coca-Cola Company for the Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian markets. The Spanish-Portuguese-Estonian feature film Black Diamonds based on real-life events was Menufilmid’s first minority co-production project, which was followed by other international co-productions and service production projects. The company has several projects, both fiction and documentaries in development.
Silmviburlane, founded in 2006 by Heilika and Ülo Pikkov, is a small and mobile film production company in Tallinn, which produces documentary and animation films. Within the frame of the Estonia 100 film programme in 2018, Silmviburlane released Roots, a collection of short documentaries by 6 female directors, which was awarded at the Estonian Film and Television Awards and selected to several international film festivals like Hot Docs, Galway, Lübeck and others. In 2021 Silmviburlane co-produced Estonian-Ukrainian feature documentary Tales of a Toy Horse, which premiered at the DocPoint Tallinn FF and won the Estonian People’s Award at the Pärnu FF.
Rebel Frame is a film studio mainly focussed on the production of documentary and animated films. The studio is run by two Estonian filmmakers: documentary director and producer Kadriann Kibus and animation director and writer Sergei Kibus whose films have received numerous awards at international animation festivals. Founded in 2011 as a hub for creative freedom, Rebel Frame now invites new and established talent, both domestic and international, to join in their ventures. We have created long-lasting relationships with Estonian talent as well as work with directors and producers from Greece, Spain, and France. We are always open to deploying new styles and techniques and are passionate about sincere, meaningful storytelling.
Oreé Films is a film and digital production company with an innovation and consulting wing that pursues building bridges between Europe, North America and Asia with office in Tallinn, Estonia and Tokyo, Japan. We specialise in international artist driven co-productions, TV-series, films and new media productions. We work hard to hack and redefine how the stories are created in this new digital age with our team of entertainment and technology experts. As a company our aim is to navigate disruption, adapt and transform to the changes and create works with lasting impact.
Film Tower is a production company founded in 2001 by producer Margus Õunapuu. The company is focused on documentaries, feature-films and international co-production projects. In 2023, we are in production with 5 documentaries as the main production company, with one Italian-Estonian co-production feature film and one documentary series for Discovery Channel.
Filmivabrik was established in 1998. Since then, the studio has produced 21 documentaries, experimental as well as more traditional, which have screened in competition at DOK Leipzig and IDFA and won national documentary awards. Filmivabrik has also produced three full-length feature films, TV-shows, short features and an animated film. All of our full-length films have screened at A-category film festivals. In addition to film production, Filmivabrik has produced numerous commercials and runs a professional film lighting rental.
Alexandra Film – founded by creative producer Marianne Ostrat produces fiction and documentary films, feature length and short. In 2017, it’s first fiction feature The End of the Chain premiered in Karlovy Vary and it’s first minority co-production Spanish-Estonian culinary documentary Constructing Albert in San Sebastián. The youth comedy Kids of the Night (2021) won 3 Estonian Film & TV Awards in 2022. In 2022 an Icelandic-Estonian co-production, Hilmar Oddsson’s Driving Mum, premiered at PÖFF’s Main Competition and was awarded with Grand Prix and Best Original Score. Alexandra Film’s first feature documentary, an Estonian-French-Icelandic co-production Smoke Sauna Sisterhood by Anna Hints premiered at Sundance World Cinema Documentary Competition in January 2023.
Allfilm is an Academy Award and Golden Globe nominated, Tallinn-based production house operating since 1995. We enjoy working on quality features, documentaries, series, and providing full production service for all the above. We also come on board as a co-production partner and our production services can be eligible for Film Estonia cash rebate incentive. Over the years we’ve produced more than 80 films, including over 20 international co-productions. We work with both – established and new talent and have created a collaborative and supporting environment to match creative ideas with highly professional management.