In March 2011
„Püha tuli“ will presented at Worldfilm Festival in Tartu and
at Estonian National TV Chanel.
The Estonian-Ukrainian fire-folk band called Svjata Vatra („holy fire“ in Ukrainian) finished a two year project: a documentary film „Püha tuli“(„holy fire“ in Estonian), directed by Erik Norkroos. It is the story of Ruslan Trochynsyi, an Ukrainian folk-rock musician, about his chance settling in Estonia, the forming of a band with four Estonian musicians and about the meaning and impact of this band on both Estonian and Ukranian folkmusic – in short: about integration in life as well as in art.
„Püha tuli“ is 52 min long, originally in estonian, ukrainian and russian language and has subtitles in estonian and english.