Peeter Simm

Peeter Simm is a seasoned professional with a knack of involving audience. (One of his early films ARABELLA – PIRATES’ DAUGHTER got a staggering 9,2 million cinema admissions in the former Soviet Union). Simm is graduate cum claude from Director’s course at Moscow Film Institute. Production company Studio F.O.R.M.A. (Latvia) has already successfully collaborated with the Estonian director on GOOD HANDS (2002). The film received several international awards, including Prize of Manfred Salzgeber at Berlinale. The latest collaboration is the contemporary multi-plot drama LONELY ISLAND (2012).

Selected filmography

2012     LONELY ISLAND

             (Estonia-Belarus-Latvia – Lege Artis Film, Belarusfilm, Studio F.O.R.M.A.)

2007     GEORG (Estonia-Russia-Finland – Lege Artis Film & Allfilm, CNF, MRP)

2006     FED UP (Estonia-Germany – Allfilm and Saxonia Media)

2001     GOOD HANDS (Estonia-Latvia – Allfilm and Studio F.O.R.M.A.)

1994     ROLLER-COASTER (France-Hungary-Estonia)

1989     A MAN WHO NEVER WAS

1984     THOSE WERE THE TREES…

1982     ARABELLA, THE PIRATE’S DAUGHTER

1980     IDEAL LANDSCAPE

1977     TATTOO