Till Estonia's re-independence in 1991, Pähkla village in Saaremaa had a kolkhoz which provided jobs for all the villagers. Lembri Uudu also worked in a kolkhoz as a tractor driver. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the kolkhoz was disbanded, most of Pähkla's villagers lost their jobs and Uudu died. But sometimes it happens that person’s real vital force arises after his death. Lembri Uudu died at such a right time that he became a hero who still gives villagers the power to live and keeps the kolkhoz united.
28. 10. 2018
Silver Eye Award 2018 in short category announced
The winner of the Silver Eye Award in short length category is Eight Images from the Life of Nastya Sokolova (dir. Alina Kotova, Vladlena Sandu). Special Mention goes to Lembri Uudu (dir. Eeva Mägi).read more
4. 10. 2018
Silver Eye Award 2018 nominations unveiled
For the 10th time the Institute of Documentary Film will give Silver Eye Award to the best documentaries from Central and Eastern Europe at Ji.hlava IDFF. Find all about the nominated films and international juries.read more