Martti Soosaar

Martti Soosaar (born 11 June, 1933) is an Estonian journalist and writer.

The son of photographer Hans Soosaar, Soosaar graduated from Tartu University in journalism. He worked as a newspaper editor for Noorte Hääl.[1] He featured in the Estonian Radio television sitcom "Õhtujutud" (Evening Stories) which consisted of interviews with the artists. Martti Soosaar has also written for Kymen Sanomat, a major Finnish broadsheet newspaper.[2]

Soosaar has also been involved with film and theatre and in 1997 released Lea Valter and then in 1998/1999 he filmed and starred in the documentary Enn Põldroosi härrasmeeste seltskond in which he worked with noted animation film director Rein Raamat.[3][4]

Selected works

  • Raamatud "August Vomm" (1977)
  • "Kunstnik ja modell" (1978)
  • "Ateljee-etüüde" (interviews with artists 1983)[5]
  • "Ateljee-etüüde. 2 (interviews with artists; 1990)
  • "Eesti ex libris" (Helsinki)
  • "Tuntud ja tundmatu Gori" (2003)[6]
  • "Lase vareseid!"
  • Stsenaariumid "Lea Valter" (1997) (film)
  • "Enn Põldroosi härrasmeeste seltskond" (1998) (film)

References


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.