A hundred years of the Republic of Estonia
The group company Estiko supports the production of the nature film “The Wind Sculpted Land” by Joosep Matjus that is set to be released in the autumn of 2018 as part of the Estonia 100 programme.
“The Wind Sculpted Land” is an epic tale of Estonian nature. It’s a story of landscapes weaved over millennia that speak of times long forgotten. No parts of it are accidental but hewn as part of the struggle between its inhabitants and elements. Each tree and blade of grass has been carefully cut or left uncut, animals kept or scared away, voices collected and set to ring in a choir. All as needed and made possible.
“As an Estonian enterprise, Estiko aims to support Estonian goals. Especially given that “The Wind Sculpted Land” is a high-quality nature film not that often produced in Estonia. It is important for private enterprises to support Estonian culture so the hard work done in this field could be completed and shared with a larger audience,” said Neinar Seli, President of Estiko.
“The Wind Sculpted Land” is produced by WildKino OÜ in cooperation with the German production company Marco Polo Film AG; its major financiers are the Republic of Estonia and the Estonian Public Broadcasting and it is also financed by the German TV station WDR, Swedish TV broadcaster SVT and Estiko AS.
Estiko is a 100% Estonian capital-based enterprise group mainly operating in Tartu. Its three main fields of activity include production of packages and packaging materials, development and management of real estate and the field of hospitality and catering.