Thank You for The Music – elokuva muzakista

Taanila Mika

Production Year
1997
Duration
00:22:51
Type
Genre
Tags
Original Title
Thank You for The Music – elokuva muzakista
Finnish Title

Thank You for The Music – elokuva muzakista

Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
Yes
Sound
Yes
Cast
Mika Taanila (Author), Jussi Eerola (Cinematographer), Mika Taanila (Director), Mika Taanila (Editor), Keith Roberts Orchestra (Music), Marco Ribaldi (Music), Malcolm Carlton Orchestra (Music), The Ray Conniff Singers (Music), Paul Natte Orchestra (Music), Ronnie Price Orchestra (Music), Nicky North Orcestra (Music), Alec Gould Orchestra (Music), Muzak Corporation (Music), Pete Moore Orchestra (Music), Frank Chacksfield Orchestra (Music), Mantovani (Music), Philips Background Music Services (Music), Lasse Saarinen (Producer), For Real Productions (Producer), Mika Taanila (Script), Anton Nikkilä (Script), Timo Vierros (Animation), Teppo Asikainen (Animation), Ville Penttilä (Camera Assistant), Mika Ailasmäki (Camera Assistant), Timo Mänttäri/Valvomo (Graphic Designer), Ville Väänänen (Lighting), Maria Tuccelli (Lighting), Yrjö Nieminen (Lighting), Rodrigo S. Monte (Lighting), Kari Juusonen (Set Designer), Pietari Koskinen (Sound Design), Peter Nordström (Sound Mixer), Tuomas Järnefelt (Sound Recording), Kyösti Väntänen (Sound Recording), Jan McLaughlin (Sound Recording)
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Mika Taanila (s. 1965) is a filmmaker and visual artist based in Helsinki, Finland. He works with documentaries, experimental film and visual arts. Human engineering, utopias, failures and man-machines are recurring themes in his films and installations. Taanila’s works have been shown at major international group shows, such as Venice Biennale (Nordic Pavilion 2017), Aichi Triennale (2013), dOCUMENTA (2012), Shanghai Biennale (2006), Berlin Biennale (2004), Manifesta (2002) and Istanbul Biennial (2001). Solo shows include the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki (2013–14), Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (2013), TENT, Rotterdam (2013) and Galleria Heino, Helsinki (2010). Taanila’s short films have been screened altogether at more than 300 international film festivals and special events. In 2015, Taanila was awarded with the prestigious Ars Fennica Award, the biggest Finnish art award.