Tea Party

Outi Laine

Five visually impaired guests arrive to a tea party. A stanger is a potential threat in the darkness. The event turns into a nightmare for the attendants.

Production Year
2013
Duration
00:04:30
Type
Tags
Original Title
Tea Party
Finnish Title

Tea Party

English Title

Tea Party

Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
No
Sound
Yes
Cast
Outi Laine (Author), Pasi Jakkula (Cinematographer), Outi Laine (Director), Outi Laine (Editor), Outi Laine (Script), Johanna Röholm (Actor), Jari Gusev (Actor), Riikka Hänninen (Actor), Riikka Oja (Actor), Ella Ahlberg (Actor), Juha Laine (Color Grading), AVEK - The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture (Funder), Juha Laine (Lighting), Outi Laine (Sound)
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Visual artist Outi Laine (b. 1970) works mainly with video and installation art, experimenting with other media as well. For the past few years she has been focusing on both social and political themes in her works – from the viewpoint of an individual. Her language is narratively minimal, portraying one scene without dialoque. She loads the scene and actions with symbolic values through which the story is told. Her works have been recently shown at exhibitions in MUU Gallery, Helsinki and Sœrland’s Art Museum, Norway, as well as at festivals and screenings; FestArte Video Festival in Milan and Rome, Kakelhallen in Mariehamn and Waterpieces Festival in Riga. Laine has works in collections of both Oulu and Helsinki Art Museums and Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art. Outi Laine (b. 1970) is currently living and working in Helsinki, Finland. She graduated in 2002 with an MFA from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, and in 2005 with an MA from University of Art And Design, Helsinki.