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Divergent Sounds

Estonia
Director: Karin LEIVATEGIJA
38 min. 2018,
with dialogue, Estonian, English subtitled
Distributor: Karin Leivategija
Producer: Estonian National Museum/Külli Lupkin
Cinematographer: Karin Leivategija
Music: Various artists
Editor: Karin Leivategija

A car is riding through Estonian towns searching for the underground ...
This installative and rhythmic music documentary explores the emergence of Estonian underground club scene and hiphop culture in the 90s.

After the end of the Soviet Union, young people had more freedom than ever before in shaping their creative output, identity and the course of their lives. Through the use of archival footage, Estonian underground music and recollections of several DJs and musicians this documentary tells a story of post-socialist youth striving to create their own spaces of self-expression and music.

Major screenings, presentations:

The documentary "Divergent Sounds" is being screened from October 2018 to October 2019 in the exhibition "DIY Estonia" in Estonian National Museum.

Karin LEIVATEGIJA

Karin Leivategija is an Estonian visual anthropologist and museum curator. She is a programme team member for World Film Festival in Tartu. After finishing visual anthropology studies in the University of Manchester, she has been working in Estonian National Museum's research department. Her graduation film "The Sacred in the Secular" (2014), which was screened in several ethnographic film festivals and academic conferences, explores the story of a clergyman who is a passionate reggae DJ. Karin has subsequently created videos for Estonian National Museum and her research topics include youth, food heritage, body and sexuality. "Divergent Sounds" was produced in 2018 for the museum's current temporary exhibition about Estonian everyday life in the 90s.

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