Beautiful interior in @pohjalatehas, a former rubber factory which operated from 1924 to 1998 in Kopli peninsula.
The place is now coming to life again and is home of @botik_bar, @karjasesai and @kokomocoffee. There is also a community garden managed by my friend @anukgu for local residents. If you ever visit Tallinn, get to explore this treasure. Tallinn, Estonia.
This photo is an example of the ordinary chaos of the Balkans that I love so very much. Visually anyway. Clusters of buildings with facades that don’t match in color, texture, or material. Old cars with character. Wires everywhere. Hand painted signs on gates. All of it together makes up a region that, at least for me, endlessly holds my interest. #35mm
Now you better close your eyes for a moment in order to be better in tune with the infinite
811 hour ago
🇷🇸 | Hola Serbia 📖 | Kako mi je lepo da radim ovako i sa ovim lepim pogledom na Hram Svetog Save! Radimo jako na jednom novom projektu o Srbiji na španskom jeziku i sve vaše preporuke su naravno dobrodošle 🙂
🇨🇱 | Hola Serbia 📖 | ¡Qué lindo es trabajar así! y con esta hermosa vista de la catedral Sveti Sava. Estamos trabajando duro en este nuevo proyecto acerca de Serbia en español y en donde todas sus recomendaciones serán porsupuesto bienvenidas 🙂
FEATURED FILM: Démanty Noci (Diamonds of the Night)
This 1964 Czechoslovakian film by Jan Nemec is quite a hidden gem (pun intended). Short and intense, it follows two jewish boys who managed to jump off one of the cargo trains en-route between concentration camps. Almost entirely devoid of dialogues, with a striking low-budget black and white photography, it tells a story of raw survival, without any form of romanticisation. Because it’s set in one of the territories contested by germans and czechs, it also partly tackles with the issue of national identity, something very complex when applied to Eastern Europe, a region with frequent border changes.
Criterion has released this movie in its collection.
Title: Demanty Noci (Diamonds of the Night)
Director: Jan Nemec
Country: Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic 🇨🇿) #jannemec#czechnewwave#czechoslovakianfilm#czechfilm#film#movie#easterneurope#europeanfilm#cinephile#arthousefilm#holocaustfilm#arthousecinema#holocaustmovie#cinema#czechnewwave#criterioncollection