TALE OF A FOREST (METSAN TARINA)

2013 Films

U.S. Premiere

Family Friendly

TALE OF A FOREST (METSAN TARINA)

(c) Matila Röhr Productions

MARCH
20
6:30 PM

Directed by: Ville Suhonen and Kim Saarniluoto

Presented by: The Embassy of Finland

Venue: E Street Cinema
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TALE OF A FOREST (METSÄN TARINA) (Finland, 2012, 72 min.) 

Presented by the Embassy of Finland

United States Premiere The unique Finnish forest and its colorful and diverse life are celebrated in this film for the entire family. The various inhabitants of the forest: the bears and the elk, the snakes and the owls, the ants, the frogs and the flying squirrels are the film’s main characters, along with the Siberian Jay, the Lapland Owl and many others. Their lives in the forest are illuminated through ancient tales and myths and with beautiful cinematography. It is a forest of a thousand tales and serves as an ever-changing backdrop for the activities of its inhabitants, transforming before our eyes as it follows its yearly cycle of life. Directed by Ville Suhonen and Kim Saarniluoto. Produced by Marko Röhr. 

Introduced by Anneli Halonen, Cultural Counselor, Embassy of Finland.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

Tickets: $7.50, available online HERE and at E Street Cinema Box Office.

E Street Cinema

555 11th St., NW 

(entrance on E St between 10th & 11th Sts.) 

(Metro: Metro Center or Gallery Place/Chinatown)

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