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206 articles available in total starting from 21/10/2003. Last article published on 03/03/2021.

The Pažaislis Church and Monastery complex is the winner of the 2020 EUFCN Location Award

The Pažaislis Church and Monastery complex is the winner of the 2020 EUFCN Location Award

The site in Kaunas (Lithuania) has scooped the fourth edition of the award for best European location in the film and TV industries organised by EUFCN, in collaboration with Cineuropa  

03/03 | EUFCN Location Award 2020

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for EFM title Dawn of War

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for EFM title Dawn of War

Margus Paju's sophomore feature, a war drama set in August 1939, will be presented at this year's European Film Market, with two dedicated screenings  

25/02 | Berlinale 2021 | EFM

Žygimantė Elena Jakštaitė  • Actress

Interview: Žygimantė Elena Jakštaitė • Actress

"I want to work with interesting people I can learn from"

BERLINALE 2021: The young Lithuanian actress discusses going from theatre to film and what her career might lead her to, as well as the director she would love to work with  

23/02 | Shooting Stars 2021

The e-Meeting Point – Vilnius is expecting its new projects

The e-Meeting Point – Vilnius is expecting its new projects

Running from 14-16 April as a digital version, the leading industry event is looking for upcoming European and Lithuanian films and emerging talents from the region and beyond  

17/02 | Vilnius 2021 | Meeting Point Vilnius

The Lithuanian box office sees a drastic reduction in admissions in 2020

The Lithuanian box office sees a drastic reduction in admissions in 2020

The cataclysmic effect of the pandemic resulted in a very poor year for film exhibitors, with only 1.5 million tickets sold, while two local titles topped the list of most-seen movies  

12/02 | Box Office | Lithuania

Review: The Year Before the War

Review: The Year Before the War

Dāvis Sīmanis' new feature is a flamboyant, bizarre tragicomedy set in Europe in 1913, rich in surprises and loosely inspired by early silent-era cinema  

09/02 | IFFR 2021 | Big Screen Competition

The Lithuanian Film Tax Incentive records its most impressive figures so far in 2020

The Lithuanian Film Tax Incentive records its most impressive figures so far in 2020

Despite the difficulties that last year brought, the scheme attracted 58 new productions, and international producers spent almost €27 million in the Baltic country  

26/01 | Production | Funding | Lithuania

Kristijonas Vildžiūnas finalising post on his fifth feature, Songs for a Fox

Kristijonas Vildžiūnas finalising post on his fifth feature, Songs for a Fox

The Lithuanian helmer’s new film centres on Dainius, a young rock singer who, after his lover’s death, locks himself away in solitude in a secluded country house  

22/01 | Production | Funding | Lithuania/Latvia/Estonia

Stefan Arsenijević’s As Far as I Can Walk currently in post-production

Stefan Arsenijević’s As Far as I Can Walk currently in post-production

The Serbian director’s new feature, set for release in 2021, is a contemporary adaptation of the Serbian medieval epic poem Banovich Strahinya  

22/12/2020 | Production | Funding | Serbia/France/Luxembourg/Bulgaria/Lithuania

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer and poster for Gentle Warriors

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer and poster for Gentle Warriors

Lithuanian documentarian Marija Stonytė’s debut feature is a coming-of-age story about three girls who become women in the most masculine of surroundings  

15/12/2020 | Events | Promotion | Lithuania/Estonia

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