Posts tagged as "film festival"

Escaping Helsinki and consuming music

Visiting the neighboring capital I can’t believe it has been five long years since I’ve visited Tallinn the last time. This weekend was also the first time I visited the city during winter. The old town is still a charm (maybe even more than before), but the city center is still a weird architectural mess. … [ read more » ]

Wandering around Finland and music experiences

There are times like this one, when I wonder why exactly I’m keeping a public blog, especially when I don’t really know what to type about. There is no particular passion I’d like to write about at the moment or need to spill out my opinions or views of today’s topics and issues. Nope, I … [ read more » ]

Sound and vision (plus a swamp)

Been a bit active lately. First, there was the Love and Anarchy international film festival. I watched ten movies, of which only one was crap, most were okay and then there were a few better ones. The movie I looked forward to the most was Samurai Rauni Reposaarelainen, mainly because it was directed by multitalent … [ read more » ]

Just positive thoughts

Green tea (still) tastes good. Love and Anarchy Film Festival began. Went to a joga session today for the first time for at least a year, felt good. Reigns is an odd but refreshing gaming experience. I’ve been rather consistent in getting up early for work. I also sleep quite well. The most likely album … [ read more » ]

Gadgets and activities

Let’s write a blog post about something else than last year’s 365-project, shall we? I’ll let the mind flow and type whatever pops up. The new little helper A few months ago I ditched my old Nokia 6290 phone I used for over seven years in favor for a iPhone 5S. As one might imagine, … [ read more » ]

Deeper into autumn

Autumn is getting chillier. What have I been up to? The Love & Anarchy Festival is well over. It was a good one and none of the eleven movies I saw were a complete waste of time. I didn’t see any mind blowing one either, but I think I enjoyed The Past the most. The … [ read more » ]