The Lithuanian film center has been implementing educational project “Film clubs” for more than 2 years in 150 schools from 40 cities and towns all over Lithuania. This education is part of “European film clubs and schools licensing” program which is being implemented together with a UK film education organisation called „Film Literacy Europe”. For short time this project happened in Latvia and Georgia.
Today starts International Karlovy Vary Film Festival, which is full of Lithuanian accents: in the competition program, there will be several Lithuanian films, Lithuania has its representation in the jury and during the industry event “Work in progress” Lithuanian co-production project will be presented.read more
Sunny Side of the Doc 2019 will provide a great opportunity to explore the current documentary field of the Baltics – Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.read more
For the first time in the history of the popular Les Arcs Film Festival, a valued meeting place for professionals of independent European cinema, four countries will be in the spotlight as part of the festival’s traditional Focus, usually reserved to just one territory.read more
Vilnius International Short Film Festival is now excepting new film submissions to the International and National competitions. Filmmakers can submit fiction, documentary, animation, experimental and hybrid genre films up to 30 min. which are completed after January 2018. Submission deadline: 1 of September, 2019.read more