Annika Koppel

Film Critic, Estonia

Annika Koppel, born in 1964 in Estonia, worked for the big Estonian daily newspapers "Päevaleh" and "Postimees". Since 2000, she is a freelance journalist and film critic writing for several publications from daily newspapers to specialized cultural magazines. Since 2005, she was managing the project "Estonian Film 100", whose aim is to make a wide range of preparations to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Estonian film in 2012. She also is a scriptwriter and editor of two documentaries about film history in Estonia The Coming of Spring (2006) and Looking for Nipernaadi (2007). Since 2006 she has been a coordinator of the Estonian film program for the Black Nights Film Festival (in Tallinn).

Lust, Corruption By Annika Koppel

in 8th Wiesbaden Festival of Central and Eastern European Film - goEast

goEast — the Festival of Central and Eastern Europea... read more

"The Art of Crying": The Art of Balancing By Annika Koppel

in 25th Reykjavik International Film Festival

Danish helmer Peter Schønau Fog's tragic-comedy The ... read more

Absurd Comedies: The Men With Good Eyes By Annika Koppel

in 10th Cottbus Festival of East European Cinema

Are there any good black comedies among East Europea... read more

The Short Film Competition

in 52nd International Filmfestival Mannheim-Heidelberg

The short film competition at the Mannheim-Heidelber... read more