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Salla Hämäläinen


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About Salla Hämäläinen

Salla Hämäläinen is most well known for sound, and has 4 known credits, of which 4 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Salla Hämäläinen’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Salla Hämäläinen’s movies you should definitely watch Angry Birds: Wreck the Halls (2011) Salla has worked on!

  1. Angry Birds: Wreck the Halls (2011)
  2. Little Hearts (2001)
  3. Metsänpeitto (2012)
  4. A Burning Voice (2021)

1. Angry Birds: Wreck the Halls (2011 Movie)

The best rated movie Salla Hämäläinen has been a part of is the animation, comedy movie Angry Birds: Wreck the Halls, where they had the role of sound. It has a rating 5.6 on IMDb .

2. Little Hearts (2001)

Salla Hämäläinen worked on this drama movie as sound.

3. Metsänpeitto (2012)

In Metsänpeitto Salla Hämäläinen was worked as director.

4. A Burning Voice (2021)

In A Burning Voice Salla Hämäläinen had the role of sound.

Frequently asked questions

What is Salla most known for?

Salla Hämäläinen is most known for sound. Salla has worked on 4 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Salla Hämäläinen’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Angry Birds: Wreck the Halls, which has a score of 0.0.

Salla’s Filmography

Executive producer. It's the most wonderful time of the year, but the pigs are up to their usual tricks. They try to get away with the Birds' Christmas presents! After bickering with each other, Red and Bomb bird mount a bold gift rescue down the steep mountain slopes.

Executive producer. The Finnish short film is a tragic tale of a young boy who falls in love with a dangerous older girl.

Executive producer. A story about a man whose deep connection to nature and forest spirits has alienated from normal life.

Executive producer. Deus Twesigye from Uganda was leaving for work one morning in 2010 when his ex-girlfriend threw acid on him. A Burning Voice combines Deus’ dance and movement, narration and poetry with subtle images of everyday life in Uganda, creating a multilayered film exploring different sides of surviving violence and trauma.

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