Kaikki hyvin, Pekka
Pekka is sick and tired of being the masculine dominance in his relationship. On his way to buy a new washing machine, he suddenly refuses to take the tradional mans role and comes to conflict with everyone he meets.
Marja Pyykkö One of the most talented Finnish new generation movie directors Marja Pyykkö (born March 26th 1975) has graduated from UIAH. Her first feature film “Run, Sister, Run” is a milestone in the way it portrays the rebellion of the Finnish youth. “Village People”, Pyykkö’s second feature; a tongue-in-cheek comedy situated in the wilderness of Norther Finland tells a story about people longing for a miracle, something or someone to change their lives for good. Pyykkö’s one hour short feature “Here Lies Aino Koski” won a honorary citation in the Nordic Talent Competition in 2008. “Run, Sister, Run” was awarded for the best pitch in the same competition. In 2014 and 2015 Pyykkö won twice in a row Golden Venla price for Best Directors award for TV-series Black Widows (2014) and The Hooked (2015).