The 23rd Edition of the European Film Festival Palić presents the Baltic Focus. Three Baltic countries – Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia will represent national film programs. Seven Lithuanian films will be screened at the Serbian festival.read more
The FilmBox LT situated at the Vilnius Airport expands its range of films and countries every month. In order to offer the audiences a more intriguing repertoire, the cinema hall starts to screen the Hungarian film program in July.read more
The Lithuanian Film Centre has distributed 316,060 EUR in grants to 17 films in its 2016 grants 2nd session. The grants will go to 14 projects for preproduction, two films for production and one minority coproduction.
European co-productions get better VOD distribution than national films but travel less well than US films
The European Audiovisual Observatory has just released its latest European film circulation figures for the cinema and VoD industries in the form of a brand new report: How do films circulate on VOD and in cinemas in the European Union, freely downloadable HERE.read more
THIRD SESSION OF EKRAN+ 2016 HAD STARTED! INTERNATIONAL GUESTS, 9 FILM SETS AND CONSULTATIONS WITH MASTERS OF CINEMA
The participants were able to invite the actors and DoPs from their countries to join them for the third session. The list of DoPs includes Mykola Yefimenko (Ukraine), Marek Dvořak (Czech Republic), Simonas Glinskis (Lithuania) and Gabriel Sandru (Switzerland). The cast will include Polish actors such as Olga Bołądź, Piotr Polak and Marcin Bosak as well as international actors headed by Sandra Voe – British film and theater actress and collaborator of Mike Leigh (“Naked”, “Vera Drake”) and Lars von Trier (“Breaking the Waves”).read more