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205 articles available in total starting from 21/10/2003. Last article published on 25/02/2021.

The Lithuanian film sector gets a €6.2 million boost to fight the pandemic

The Lithuanian film sector gets a €6.2 million boost to fight the pandemic

By launching a series of multifaceted support grants and extra funding, the Lithuanian Film Centre aims to help the local industry overcome the losses and challenges it is still facing  

12/10/2020 | Industry | Market | Lithuania

Review: The Jump

Review: The Jump

Giedrė Žickytė’s documentary centres on the moving story of the Kudirka incident, known for several years as the US Coast Guard’s “Day of Shame”  

12/10/2020 | Warsaw 2020

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Warsaw title The Jump

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Warsaw title The Jump

The documentary helmed by Giedrė Žickytė will world-premiere at the Warsaw Film Festival this Friday  

06/10/2020 | Warsaw 2020

Review: In the Dusk

Review: In the Dusk

Sharunas Bartas competes for San Sebastián's Golden Shell with this tale of a Lithuanian partisan movement set in the winter of 1948  

25/09/2020 | San Sebastián 2020 | Competition

Sharunas Bartas • Director of In the Dusk

Interview: Sharunas Bartas • Director of In the Dusk

“This partisan movement is a very important story for the memory of our nation”

Cineuropa met up with Sharunas Bartas at San Sebastián to talk about In the Dusk, Soviet history, family, resistance and why having the correct breed of sheep is necessary for period authenticity  

23/09/2020 | San Sebastián 2020 | Competition

Review: The Flood Won't Come

Review: The Flood Won't Come

VENICE 2020: Armenia’s Marat Sargsyan delivers an intense, distorted and creatively crafted war film, intertwining abuses and metaphysics and set to a tempo punctuated by sequence shots  

10/09/2020 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Marat Sargsyan • Director of The Flood Won’t Come

Interview: Marat Sargsyan • Director of The Flood Won’t Come

“When there is no information about war, there is no war”

VENICE 2020: We talked to Marat Sargsyan, director of International Film Critics' Week competitor The Flood Won’t Come – even though he has taken an oath  

10/09/2020 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics' Week

EXCLUSIVE: Poster for Venice Critics’ Week title The Flood Won't Come

EXCLUSIVE: Poster for Venice Critics’ Week title The Flood Won't Come

The debut feature by Armenian filmmaker Marat Sargsyan is world-premiering in competition in Venice's 35th International Film Critics’ Week  

09/09/2020 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

The Lithuanian Film Centre announces its second funding slate of 2020

The Lithuanian Film Centre announces its second funding slate of 2020

A grant of over €2.5 million will support 59 projects, including the new efforts by Mantas Kvedaravičius, Vytautas V Landsbergis, Viesturs Kairišs and Sergei Loznitsa  

18/08/2020 | Production | Funding | Lithuania

Second filming session for Ilmar Raag’s Erik Stoneheart under way

Second filming session for Ilmar Raag’s Erik Stoneheart under way

The award-winning Estonian director is now shooting his new fiction film at Tallinn’s Haven Kakumäe Marina and in Toila  

16/07/2020 | Production | Funding | Estonia/Luxembourg/Lithuania/Finland/Latvia

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