Hidden life in a garage.

Portrait of a giant garage complex in Tallinn.

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ANTHILL is a portrait of a giant garage located in the largest Soviet blockhouse area of Tallinn. Here 700 garage box owners form an extraordinary men's club and vary from those who just keep their cars to those who adapt their boxes for living. The complex is a unique biosphere with the existence of private saunas, a restaurant, an animal clinic and other artifacts of life stuck in time 20 years back.

Film is made by Vladimir Loginov and Max Golomidov, produced by Elina Litvinova, Allfilm. Film is made with the financial support from Estonian Film Institute and Cultural Endowment of Estonia, developed in Nordisk Pitching Forum and presented as one of the 12 Docu Talents from the East projects at Karlovy Vary Film Festival.

21. august, 20:30
Koorti pereväljak, Koorti 4 maja taga

Tallinnas film linastub Kino Sõpruses, Forum Cinemas, Artises ja Viimsi Kinos alates 16.aprillist.

Üle Eesti:
Forum Cinemas Tartus al. 16.aprillist
Forum Cinemas Narvas al. 16.aprillist
Solaris kino al. 17.aprillist
Sargvere Mõisakinos 17.aprill
Elektriteater Tartus 20. aprill (meeskond kohale)
TTÜ kino 20.aprill
Vastseliina 21.aprill
Kärdla Kino 22.aprill
Aruküla Kultuuriselts 22.aprill
Sakala keskus 22.aprill
Tõstamaa mõisakino 23.aprill
Järva Jaani 23.aprill
Pühajärve GMP hotell Otepääl 23.aprill
Kaja Kino, Mustamäe 24.aprill
Kuressaare Linnateatri TeatriKino 24.aprill
Rakvere Teatrikino 25.-27.04.
Lindakivi 29.aprill

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