Luonnotar is a new interpretation of the Finnish national epoch Kalevala's creation myth. The symphonic poem is composed by Jean Sibelius. The film combines live actors and computer animation.
dance films, fiction, mysticism, mythology, nature, performance (art forms), seas, singing, stories, storms
Raimo Uunila (Cinematographer), Marikki Hakola (Author), Jean Sibelius (Composer), Marikki Hakola (Director), Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (Music), Marikki Hakola (Script), Nina Hyvärinen (Choreographer), Leif Segerstam (Conductor), Riikka Hakola (Singer), Epa Tamminen (Sound Design)
Marikki Hakola is a media artist, film director and producer. She graduated as a visual artist from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 1984, after she began working with video and performance art in 1982. Since then, Hakola has completed numerous video and multimedia art works, installations, music and dance films as well as performances. Hakola is an internationally recognized pioneer of European media art, with her work appearing at many exhibitions, festivals and TV channels. Her pieces are found in collections throughout several international art museums. Hakola has also taught film and media art in Finnish arts universities.