In northern Finland, three unconventional Sámi artists talk about culture and craft
A documentary directed by Auri Ahola traces the career trajectories of three unusual Sámi artists as they discuss their connections to Sámi culture and the landscape of the far north. The film is embedded in our article for you to watch.
Hold on to summer: Sunny Flow Fest memories in Helsinki last through the autumn and beyond
Flow Festival is an extravaganza, the highlight of the summer for multitudes of music fans in Finland. With interviews and a photo show, we attempt to bottle its essence so we can make the summer last longer, even as autumn is increasingly in the air.
Radical liberty: Finnish director Alli Haapasalo’s movie Girl Picture lets girls be girls
In Girl Picture, three teenage girls say and do what they want – without suffering any retribution. While directing the film, Alli Haapasalo realised how incredibly rare that kind of freedom is in movie plots. We talk with her about making films in Finland.
CEO of Finland’s Supercell believes in work-life balance and an international workforce
Mobile game developer Supercell, headquartered in Helsinki, is known for its emphasis on employee wellbeing. Cofounder and CEO Ilkka Paananen shares his ideas about the work environments of the future.