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At BFM you can obtain a wide-based education in an international environment. Our study programmes offer tools and skills for working on various positions in film production, TV, new media, communication, choreography, art and music. See more at http://www.tlu.ee/bfm
10.10.14 Tallinn, conference "Media, Conflicts, Identity" - PART I How media creates identities and attitudes and enforces conflicts. "Our" and "other" in Estonian and Scandinavian media. Muslims in media - human rights or clash of civilizations? Raivo Vetik, Tallinn University, Institute of Political Science and Governance. Jakob Sheikh, Denmark, journalist at Politiken & spokesperson at Ansvarlig Presse (Responsible Press) Farid Zareie, Sweden, social anthropologist Moderator: Krister Paris http://ethicallinks.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=272:conference-media-conflicts-identity&catid=27:news&Itemid=140&lang=en
Wild Disease & Ines - Tallinn iTunes: http://apple.co/1Goi9us Music: Ardi Kaljuvee Producing: Rob Stanley Montes Master: Svarte Forsbäck ( Chartmakers ) Video Producers: Georgi Skot Maksimov, Georgius Misjura Aerial Cinematography: Skyline Media Cinematographers: Jevgeni Bõstrov, Maksim Kazmirevski, Aleksei Kulikov Make-up: Edith Eller Video Editors: Georgius Misjura, Jevgeni Bõstrov, Maxim Filatov Special thanks: Getter Jaani, Kaspar Raudkivi, Kristjan Soomre, Kristjan Kurm, Jaagup Kreem, Uku Suviste, Pavel Pi, Andrus Beebilõust Elbing, Ott Kiivikas, Merlyn Uusküla, Ardi Kaljuvee, Sergei Molotkov, Igor Jershov, Alina Hramets, Jekaterina Horoshko, Ksenia Gorjatseva KEON Post & Vita Pictura Productions 2015
!!!WARNING: THE FOLLOWING VIDEO CONTAINS FLASHING IMAGERY AND STROBES!!! VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED!!! Parkway Drive/ Chelsea Grin/ Amrita concert aftermovie. URBAN CULTURE ENTERTAINMENT -- https://facebook.com/urbancultureent Rockclub TAPPER, 28.06.2015 Tallinn, Estonia Song: Parkway Drive - Carrion
Around 2,500 members of far-right anti-refugee group ‘Soldiers of Odin,’ the youth wing of the Conservative People's Party of Estonia, and other anti-EU and anti-refugee groups, marched with lit torches in Tallinn on the anniversary of Estonian independence day, Wednesday. Video ID: 20160224 097 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: email@example.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
In the last episode of the serie dedicated to Tallinn, Ruben Alonso lives the Middel Ages learning to prepare sweet almonds, visiting a medieval shop and eating in Olde Hansa with 14th century recipes. A journey where everything is from the Middle Ages except one thing. Let's Go! En el último episodio de la serie dedicada a Tallin, Ruben Alonso vive la Edad Media aprendiendo a cocinar almendras dulces, visitando una tienda medieval y comiendo el en restaurante de Olde Hansa donde todas las recetas son del siglo XIV. Un viaje donde todo es de la Edad Media, menos una cosa.
10.10.14 Tallinn, conference "Media, Conflicts, Identity" - PART IV The role and responsibility of media. Does media enforce divide and how does it affect identity-building? What are the short- and long-term impacts? Hans H. Luik, founder and owner of media group Ekspress Grupp Jevgeni Ossinovski, Minister of Education and Research Tarmo Jüristo, Co-author of Memokraat Gideon Levy, Israeli journalist Jakob Sheikh, Danish journalist Moderator: Siim Tuisk http://ethicallinks.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=272:conference-media-conflicts-identity&catid=27:news&Itemid=140&lang=en
Tallinn University Baltic Film and Media School (BFM) offers hands-on university degree courses in Film Arts, Crossmedia Production, and Audiovisual Media. With over 400 students from more than 20 countries worldwide, BFM is one of Europe's largest -- and Northern Europe's only -- English-language film and media school. http://www.tlu.ee/en/baltic-film-and-media-school
Media studies in the Baltic Film and Media (BFM) school of Tallinn University are conducted in a multicultural environment, where students acquire hands-on experience in developing and creating audiovisual work in a variety of formats, including TV programmes, short films, documentaries, music videos, advertising and corporate videos. Find more information about the programmes: http://www.tlu.ee/en/studies/Degree-Studies