Today representatives of the San Sebastian International Film Festival and the Baltic film centres held a cordial meeting at the European Film Market in Berlin to discuss the presentation of the Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian film industries at this year’s festival.
The film centres of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia have signed an agreement with Locarno International Film Festival that will see six Baltic producers participate in the festival’s international “Match Me!” programme.
The 68th Berlin International Film Festival and the European Film Market, an industry event, kicks off this week with the Lithuanian delegation on a ten-day mission to present Lithuanian film industry and its products to global audiences. The national stand in Berlin will, for the first time, feature virtual reality (VR) projects, a novel vehicle to convey some of Lithuania’s historical and cultural experience to film industry professionals from around the globe. This is a VR debut not just for Lithuania, but also for all three Baltic states.
Lithuanian film centre annually publishes catalogue “Lithuanian Films 2017–2018“ presenting new and upcoming films of Lithuanian production companies.read more