Jan Erik Holst, a Norwegian actor and film producer, known for Trollsteinen (1987), Norwegian Landscapes (1984) and Bredo Greve – Filmrebell (2014) – he is also associated professor and director of the Norwegian Film Institute, certainly has much affinity – and a little obsession? – with the Baltics. His recent book “Stork flying over pinewood” describes the development of independent Latvia and its national culture. The Baltic Times” sat down to speak with Erik Holst.
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