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287 articles available in total starting from 21/10/2003. Last article published on 23/01/2023.

Review: Slow

Review: Slow

Marija Kavtaradze choreographs and X-rays the feeling of love with extreme sensory delicacy under the bark of the extraordinary of a case of asexuality  

23/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Marija Kavtaradze  • Director of Slow

Interview: Marija Kavtaradze • Director of Slow

“My goal was to tell a love story”

The Lithuanian filmmaker lets the bodies do the talking in her touching romance involving a contemporary dancer and a sign-language interpreter  

20/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Seven European film festivals found Smart7, an initiative to promote innovation

Seven European film festivals found Smart7, an initiative to promote innovation

The project is also an attempt to find tools for the betterment of the festival experience  

12/01 | Festivals | Awards | Poland/Portugal/Greece/Romania/Spain/Iceland/Lithuania

Episode 43: The Natural History of Destruction (Germany/Lithuania/ Netherlands)

Episode 43: The Natural History of Destruction (Germany/Lithuania/ Netherlands)

The producers of the film by Sergei Loznitsa are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support  

22/12/2022 | The Co-production Podcast

Titas Laucius • Director of Parade

Interview: Titas Laucius • Director of Parade

“The Church is a static institution, and the film’s images reflect that”

The Lithuanian director takes his protagonists on an odyssey through the structures of the Catholic Church  

30/11/2022 | Black Nights 2022 | First Feature Competition

Review: Parade

Review: Parade

In his fun feature debut, Titas Laucius schools his viewers on how to get an annulment through the Catholic Church – and survive  

29/11/2022 | Black Nights 2022 | First Feature Competition

Giedrius Tamoševičius • Director of The Poet

Interview: Giedrius Tamoševičius • Director of The Poet

“Man's basic instincts and feelings are not subject to time, but we can analyse them and draw our own conclusions”

The Lithuanian director spoke to us about his latest film, co-written with Vytautas V Landsbergis, about a newly appointed teacher who arrives at a remote village school in 1947  

28/11/2022 | Black Nights 2022 | Baltic Film Competition

Irma Pužauskaitė • Director of The 9th Step

Interview: Irma Pužauskaitė • Director of The 9th Step

“To attract the public to this drama, I have adopted a levity in my gaze”

The Lithuanian director tells us about her film, which chronicles the efforts of a former alcoholic to rebuild his relationship with his teenage daughter, and was awarded in Lecce  

22/11/2022 | Lecce 2022

Review: The 9th Step

Review: The 9th Step

Irma Pužauskaitė’s debut film is a sober and moving drama about a young alcoholic father battling to stay on the right track and to mend his relationship with his daughter  

18/11/2022 | Lecce 2022

The Scanorama European Film Forum readies its 20th-anniversary programme

The Scanorama European Film Forum readies its 20th-anniversary programme

The Lithuanian gathering's jubilee programme includes a new feature-film competition, and will be opened by Marie Kreutzer's Corsage and closed by Luca Guadagnino's Bones and All  

09/11/2022 | Festivals | Awards | Lithuania

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