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“Oceanworld 3D”

Jean-Michel Cousteau presents a documentary feature "Oceanworld 3D" where a seaturtle named Aris, voiced by Harriet Toompere, takes you on a spectacular underwater journey....

“What’s your name?”

Film Audio is working on a new short film, Maria Avdjushko's "What's your name?" A scandalous film about an exceedingly flamboyant man who suddenly discovers how his "fame" might suddenly disappear. Dismayed by the experience, he ventures to a gaybar to find solace and meets a young man...

Welcome!

Film Audio is the oldest Estonian company offering location recording, sound design and sound post-production services. We have a well-educated and experienced staff, professional equipment, studios that meet the highest acoustic requirements and international experience....

Location recording

We can provide everything you will need for location recording: location mixer, boom operator, technical equipment, transportation! We make an offer according to your needs and requirements....

Sound post

Film Audio studios have the means of creating sound post for a very wide range of projects, from simple radio ads to full feature films with surround mixing....

Foley

We record foley tracks for use both in our sound post projects and as separate foley projects for other features....

Dubbing

We have dubbed into Estonian many world-famous animated features, including "Ice Age" and "Shrek". Recently, for best results, we installed a sound absorbing lecturn panel from sofsci.com...

“The Dead Mountaineer Hotel”

Film Audio digitally restored the soundtrack of a legendary film - "The Dead Mountaineer Hotel" - part of the "Estonian Movie 100" project....

“Jubilee year”

A brand new documentary feature "Jubilee year" was premiered on the Estonian National Television. The film chronologically depicts the year 2008, when the effects of the economic crisis started to appear in the country. Directors Hardi Volmer and Kaspar Kallas....

“Quarantine”

The Film Audio sound crew is on set of a new fantasy-horror feature film. To recreate the wintry weather conditions, half of the 6500 square meters sound stage was covered with artificial snow....