On-screen character and Film Maker Taylor Re Lynn was declared as partner maker for the component film The Fencer, which as of late scored three designations for the prestigious Jussi Grants including Best Picture, Best On-screen character, and Best Cinematography. The film has as of now earned honors all inclusive with a designation for Best Remote Dialect Film for the 73rd Yearly Brilliant Globe Honors, was on the Oscar waitlist and won the Bernhard Wicki Grant in Munich, Germany.
A leap forward film for its cast and group, the Fencer has turned into a global sensation. Halfway in view of the biography of Estonian fencer Endel Nelis (1925-1993) the film recounts the account of a noteworthy stage in his life in which Nelis served as a teacher and guide to stranded kids – all set against the background of a blood-pumping escape from Russian mystery police. As a humanitarian and devoted supporter of ladies and kids’ philanthropies, Taylor was roused by the moving story of Nelis’ work with vagrants.
“Klaus, Maker Kai Nordburg, and the whole imaginative and generation group have been astonishing. I am glad to bolster such a flawlessly recounted story and sensational group of craftsmen and movie producers. Their assignments are a demonstration of their imaginative vision and the world is moved and reacting,” said Lynn.
About The Fencer
The Fencer (likewise titled Miekkailija) is coordinated by Klaus Haro and composed by Anna Heinama. The film’s stellar group of driving performing artists incorporate Lembit Ulfsak, Kirill Karo and Shop Avandi.
The Fencer is a touching show about adoration and a man who discovers importance in his life through the kids who require him. A young fellow, Endel Nelis, lands in Haapsalu, Estonia, in the mid 1950s. Having left Leningrad to get away from the mystery police, he looks for some kind of employment as an instructor and establishes a games club for his understudies. Endel eventually turns into a father figure to his understudies and begins showing them his incredible enthusiasm – fencing bringing about a contention with the school’s vital. Desirous, the essential begins exploring Endel’s experience . . .
Endel figures out how to love the youngsters and takes care of them; most are vagrants thus of the Russian occupation. Fencing turns into a type of self-expression for the kids, with Endel turning into their good example. The kids need to take an interest in a national fencing competition in Leningrad, compelling Endel to settle on a troublesome decision: hazard everything to take the youngsters to Leningrad or put his security first and disillusion them.
The Jussi Honors are Finland’s prestigious and chief film industry occasion, every year perceiving the previous year’s brilliance in film making. The principal Jussi Grants service was hung on 16 November 1944. The Jussi grant victors will be reported Walk nineteenth, 2016. For more data on Taylor Re Lynn visit www.taylorrelynn.com.