Marjo Viitala is a director and a media artist holding an MA in film from Stocholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. She creates both narrative drama and conceptual art. Using different methods, Viitala tries to make the performers forget themselves and let the subtle hints of their bodies and expressions reveal their inner worlds in the present moments.
Marjo Viitala holds also a M.Sc degree from Aalto University (Helsinki, Finland) and she wrote her thesis at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, Geneva Switzerland.
Marjo Viitala lives and works in Helsinki, Finland. During the years Marjo Viitala’s work has been supported by Finnish Film Foundation, AVEK, YLE, Art Promotion Centre Finland (Taike), The Finnish Cultural Foundation, The Swedish Culture Foundation in Finland, Järviseutu-säätiö and Avain Säästöpankki.
Marjo Viitala’s films are screened in film festivals all over the world and she has got solo exhibitions in Galleria Huuto, Art Center Mältinranta and Seinäjoki Art Hall.
Showreel of the latest narrative shortfilms: