The incredible life of Maija Isola. A fascinating portrait of the author of the iconic Marimekko prints, the world's most famous Finnish design brand.
Leena Kilpeläinen studied and graduated from VGIK (The All-Union State institute of Cinematography) in Moscow. She has been a director, cinematographer and screenplay writer. As a cinematographer she has worked on films such as The Children of the Big Bear (1993) and On the Edge (2002). As a director she has made experimental films such as Zero (2002) and Metro (2003). Her first full-length documentary was The Voice of Sokurov (2013). Maija Isola, Master of Colour and Form is her second full-length documentary. Member of the administration of the Finnish Documentary Guild from 2007 and President of the Guild 2009 –2010.
His way of experiencing is reflected in fictional recreations, animations and film clips that describe his inner world.— Escribiendocine