Attack of the Cyber Octopuses

This retro-futuristic cyberpunk short film takes place in Neo-Berlin in 2079.

The Master Painter and the Whisky Club

Artist per excellence, creator of the imaginary picture-landscapes, a charming person, adorer of the woman’s beauty, gentleman and a colonel in local whisky club -

Good Bye Soviet Union

Lauri Randla’s first full length feature film - a coming of age story of Johannes, who is born prematurely to a premature single mother on the dramatic background of the collaps

The Mausoleum

Lauri Randla’s short film tells a tragicomic story of the patologist Aleksei Abrikosov, who embalmed Lenins body and in theory managed to overcome death…  so his further existen

Ice

A father and son story set on the enchanting ice road across the frozen sea.

Butterfly Man

Young lonely Anselm is working in a famous Boruslawsky’s circus as a cleaning boy. He exercises secretly tricks and wants to become a magician, but is never recognized.

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The neopunk short film “Attack of Cyber Octopuses” premiered in Tallinn

On July 21-st, multitalent Nicola Piovesan premiered his neopunk short film “Attack of Cyber Octopuses” in Tallinn arthouse theatre “Sõprus”. Nicola introduced the project, his experience in using Kickstarter and thanked his multinational crew.

The 30 min. behind the scenes documentary was also shown to the audience.

The film is shot in Tallinn and Tokyo and will be distributed widely to the Kickstarter backers, short and sci-fi film festivals, VOD platform and sci-fi/fantasy orientated satellite and TV channels.

Postproduction of the Nicola Piovesan’s “Attack of the Cyber Octobuses” was awarded by Estonian Cultural Endowment with 8000 €

This retro-futuristic cyberpunk short film takes place in Neo-Berlin, 2079 - a dark and rain-soaked city held by mega corporations where the only way for people to enjoy life is by connecting into cyberspace and taking the “Binary Trip” a cyber drug that fries your neurons but promises a feeling better than a hundred orgasms at once…

Nicola Piovesan is young internationally awarded film-maker living and working in Estonia.

Estonian Film Institute supported the development of the Lauri Randla’s first feature „So Long Soviet Union” with 30 000 €

This is a humorous coming of age story about Johannes, whose destiny is to be always separated from his loved ones by an “iron curtain”. It is a story about being different, having hair when everyone else is bald and being bald when everyone else has hair… escaping with a toy car from a place that officially does not exist, brawling at school, 10–year old Johannes finally finds acceptance through love.  

The film will be shot in 2018 in co-production with Finnish company Bufo AB. 

Lauri Randla's "Mauseleum" theatrically released

Internationally decorated Lauri Randla’s “Mausoleum” recently winning Best Narrative Award at the Discover.Film in London, was released theatrically in Tallinn “Artis” Cinema 23.03 – 6.04 2017 and in Tartu “Elektriteater” 3.04 2017, as one of the three short films of the Estonian “Horror Anthology”.

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Attack of the Cyber Octopuses

This retro-futuristic cyberpunk short film takes place in Neo-Berlin in 2079. A dark, rain-soaked city held by mega corporations where the only enjoyment in life is connecting to cyberspace and taking “Binary Trip” a cyber drug that fries your neurons but promises a feeling better than a hundred orgasms at once.

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Good Bye Soviet Union

Lauri Randla’s first full length feature film - a coming of age story of Johannes, who is born prematurely to a premature single mother on the dramatic background of the collapsing Soviet empire. 

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Ice

A father and son story set on the enchanting ice road across the frozen sea.

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