A Living Chainsaw Born in Haapsalu

The festival of horror and fantasy films, which opens tonight in Haapsalu, was kicked off with people forming a large chainsaw.

More than 30 people took part in the event in front of the Haapsalu Culture Centre, which was dedicated to the opening film of the festival, Chainsaws Were Singing.

The opening ceremony will start at 19:00 and will honour Peeter Volkonski, who will receive the HÕFF Award of Thanks for his music for the TV production How the King fell on the Moon.

The Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Film Festival, which runs until 28 August, is the largest of its kind in the Baltics.

The festival is presented by the City of Haapsalu and Elisa.

See the result here: