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Finnish film nominated for Oscar

News   •   Jan 23, 2014 12:10 GMT

Finnish film Do I have to Take Care of Everything? is in the running to win a short-film Oscar. The seven-minute film was directed by Selma Vilhunen and written by Kirsikka Saari and it is about the hectic life of a family with children. Actress Joanna Haartti plays the family's mother who is having a particularly bad day. The film premiered at the Tampere Film Festival in 2012.

The production company is Tuffi Films with Elli Toivoniemi as producer. Tuffi Films has a history of producing successful movies as their other short film Treffit (The Date) received the Short Film Jury Award for International Fiction at the Sundance Film Festival in 2013.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will present the Oscars in March.

Sources and further information: FBCCThe Oscars 2014Tuffi FilmsGood News from Finland