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Le Festival international du film de Vilnius s'associe à A24 et étend sa portée dans les pays baltes
Kino Pavasaris Distribution va distribuer des titres du studio américain dans les pays baltes, tout en continuant de promouvoir activement les films lituaniens
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With six months remaining until the 29th Vilnius International Film Festival - Kino Pavasaris (VIFF), the festival’s team is providing updates on its evolving structure and the development of its distribution department. Indeed, Kino Pavasaris Distribution is set to expand its reach on the global stage by forging a partnership with A24, a rapidly growing film studio in the USA.
Konradas Kazlauskas, executive director of VIFF, emphasised the importance of this milestone for both the organisation and the regional film industry. Furthermore, this collaboration with A24 represents a pivotal step in Kino Pavasaris Distribution's expansion into other Baltic nations, specifically Latvia and Estonia. Functioning independently of the festival, Kino Pavasaris Distribution comprises a dedicated team made up of experienced professionals and up-and-coming talents, all fully prepared to embark on these initiatives.
Kino Pavasaris Distribution and A24 have unveiled their slate of premieres for Baltic viewers. On 24 November, Past Lives, directed by Korean-born Canadian helmer Celine Song, will make its debut on the big screen. Then, on 15 December, Nicolas Cage fans can celebrate his comeback in Dream Scenario, directed by Kristoffer Borgli.
As the year 2024 approaches, moviegoers in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia can look forward to an array of exciting films. These include Sofia Coppola's newest creation, Priscilla [+lire aussi :
fiche film], a biographical drama inspired by the memoirs of Priscilla Presley, the former spouse of the King of Rock and Roll. Additionally, there's the Cannes Film Festival Grand Prix-winning historical drama The Zone of Interest [+lire aussi :
fiche film] by Jonathan Glazer, a gripping romantic tale laden with ambition, desire and the American Dream titled Love Lies Bleeding [+lire aussi :
fiche film] by Rose Glass, and Sean Durkin's Iron Claw.
Kino Pavasaris Distribution remains steadfast in its dedication to showcasing Lithuanian cinema. Notable achievements include successful screenings of films such as Slow [+lire aussi :
interview : Marija Kavtaradze
fiche film] by Marija Kavtaradzė, which clinched the Best Directing Award (World Cinema Dramatic) at Sundance. Additionally, Vesper [+lire aussi :
interview : Kristina Buožytė et Bruno …
fiche film], a collaborative work by Kristina Buožytė and Bruno Samper, and Pilgrims [+lire aussi :
interview : Laurynas Bareisa
fiche film] by Laurynas Bareiša both made a significant impact, with the latter earning the Best Film Award following its premiere in the Orizzonti section of the 2021 Venice Film Festival.
Established in 2014, Kino Pavasaris Distribution's initial mission was to strengthen the presence of arthouse cinema in Lithuania. With its recent expansion into Latvia and Estonia, the organisation remains committed to fostering the recognition and widespread enjoyment of cinematic excellence.
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