Red is about the aftermath of the Soviet Union and the recent events in Europe, from the perspective of the women of one Estonian-Finnish family. There are many hidden shades of red.
families, feminism, history, human relations, personal narrative, political art, Soviet Union, violence (activity), women
Kati Roover (Author), Kati Roover (Cinematographer), Kati Roover (Director), Kati Roover (Editor), Kati Roover (Producer), Kati Roover (Script), Kati Roover (Sound Design)
Kati Roover (b. 1982) lives and works in Helsinki. Her works are often based on different ways of forming knowledge as well as the fleeting concept of a place in the midst of massive environmental changes. Roover’s interests include natural sciences, anthropology and documentary essay films. She mainly works with moving image, photography, sound, text and installations. Roover received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the Academy of Fine Arts (University of the Arts Helsinki) in 2016. She has taken part in various festivals, screenings and exhibitions in Finland and abroad since year 2007.