Samurai Rauni Reposaarelainen was filmed over a three year period. Our first day of shooting was on march 2013 and our final shoot was in April 2016. September 2016 we had our premiere of the movie at Helsinki International Film Festival – Love & Anarchy at a sold out Savoy theater to an audience of 700 people.
The eight episode in A Day in the Mouth series is about Emma Ainala who is my favourite Finnish painter at the moment. I travelled to Savonlinna to film her painting at her studio and also visited her family.
Samurai Rauni Reposaarelainen sai maailmanensi-iltansa kahdesti. Ensin Säpin majakkasaarella missä se näytettiin kirjoituskilpailun voittaneille yhdeksälle ihmiselle ja sen jälkeen Rakkautta & Anarkiaa festivaaleilla 700 ihmiselle. Esittelyssä elokuvan näyttelijät!
Samurai Rauni Reposaarelainen on Moderni Kanuuna RY:n ensimmäinen elokuva ja se on tehty kokonaan talkoovoimin. Yhdistyksen tarkoituksena on tuottaa omaehtoisia taide-elokuvia. Nyt onkin aika esitellä osa kuvausryhmää elokuvamme takana!
Casio comissioned Kemialliset Ystävät promo video for their Trackformer XW-PD1 sampler.
Death Hawks are releasing their third album “Sun Future Moon” shortly. First single is called Behind Thyme which we shot a video for during the moon eclipse on September 26th.
A music video for Seremonia from the album Kristalliarkki.
A music video for Pekko Käppi & K.H.H.L. From the album Sanguis Meus, Mama!
We’ve been shooting our first feature film Samurai Rauni Reposaarelainen since January 2013. This is the first post of a few I will make during the production of the film. I don’t want to say too much about the storyline before we’ve released the film. For now the posts will be more about the technical hurdles and I hope that we can encourage and help others in making their own independent feature film.
The seventh episode in my mini documentary series called A Day in the Mouth features Lau Nau, the musical alias of Laura Naukkarinen – a singer-songwriter, composer, producer.
Räjäyttäjät music video. Shot in one take last winter with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera in raw mode.
Barry Andrewsin Disko makes interesting music because it’s very playful yet melancholic at the same time. It is very inspiring to create images to. I wanted to write a story for this music video and I feel that for maybe the very first time I’ve managed to extract all the images I had in my head into the video.