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July 10, 2012


Finland , 2009, 16’
HANASAARI A is an experimental documentary about Helsinki's changing cityscape and the final moments of a coal-fired power plant. The old industrial milieu is being destroyed to make space for modern housing units. The film is a combination of animation, live action cinematography and graphic elements. It is based on 500,000 photographs taken during the final two years of power plant's existence.

Hanasaari A (teaser) // BIEFF 2011 from BIEFF on Vimeo.

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