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Andrew Bond - director / scriptwriter

Born in USSR (5 march 1981). Andrew was a very quiet child, who sometimes could astonish adults with his keen perception and sense of observation. He attended an experimental kindergarden with advanced study of [censored by KGB] after which high school proved to be quite dull. He has been nearly killed on several occasions. He saved his cousin‟s life.


Maie Rosmann - producer

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Heiko Sikka - cinematographer

Heiko was born on the wave of the Singing Revolution in Estonian Soviet Socialists Republic. Andrew Bond was already flirting with his first grade teachers when Heiko did his first steps on this very planet of ours. A small steps for him... But a giant leap for mankind! Steps lead Heiko to a glorious path of mastering visual arts from which the whole world will definitely benefit! In early years Heiko showed great interest in filmmaking. So he went to film school even though his parents were against it. There he met Mr. Bond and shot "Russian Size". He's rich and famous now.

Maksim Saber - set designer

Grew up on wooden toys. Pretty knowledge, i should say ;-)





Tarvo Schmeimann - sound designer

Tarvo "edd" Schmeimann wasn't actually born at all. He is more eternal than the Universe. Back in year 1991 he recorded the sound of collapse of the USSR. This exact sound was played backwards at the end of our "Russian Size" in the hammer and sickle scene. Since Tarvo is a soundguy he hears all the time something unusual like voices that are telling him to kill the crew.

Martin Männik - editor

Born in Southern Estonia in the town of Tartu (1986). From 1993 to 2005 he studied in Tartu Art Gymnasium. In 2006 he managed to get into Baltic Film and Media School and started to study film and video editing. He has edited several of student short films and has made one documentary „Trainspotter“. Martin is deeply fond of machinery from the Soviet period e.g diesel engines, buses and tractors - without those he couldn’t imagine his life.


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