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Jaak Kilmi

Jaak Kilmi was born on October 23, 1973 in Tallinn, Estonian SSR, USSR. He is a director and writer, known for Disco and Atomic War (2009), Revolution of Pigs (2004) and Christ Lives in Siberia (2015). See full bio »

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Known For

Disco and Atomic War
(2009)
Revolution of Pigs
(2004)
Christ Lives in Siberia
(2015)
Külla tuli
Külla tuli Director
(1997)

Filmography

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 2015 Out of Fashion (Documentary)
 2015 Christ Lives in Siberia (Documentary)
 2011 Täitsa lõpp (supervising director)
 2009 Disco and Atomic War (Documentary)
 2006 The Art of Selling (Documentary)
 2006 Tabamata ime
 2005 Kohtumine tundmatuga (TV Movie)
 2003 Elav jõud (Documentary)
 2001 Beauty of Fatherland (Documentary) (co-director)
 1999 Kass kukub käppadele (segment "Tähesõit")
 1999 The Human Camera (Short)
 1997 Külla tuli (Short)
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Trivia:

After doing a course of film directing at Tallinn Pedagogical University, he made more than 50 commercials for the Baltic TV as well as a number of documentaries. Also, Jaak Kilmi is the author of critical essays on books and film. "Revolution of Pigs" is his feature debut.

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