Classic Lithuanian films will help international students learn Lithuanian language

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The Lithuanian Film Center has joined the Vilnius University, along with partners the Vytautas Magnus University and The Institute of Lithuanian Literature and Folklore, in a project dedicated to “Encouragement of collaboration between International Baltic Study Centres and Lithuanian Academic Research Institutions”. From now own, classic Lithuanian films will be used for teaching Lithuanian to speakers of other languages.

The project for international students learning Lithuanian in Lithuania and in 40 Baltic Study Centres world-wide will take place until July 2021. During the run of the project 10 films will be screened. It is hoped, that the classic Lithuanian films, which have received international recognition, and were selected in Lithuania will not only aid in figuring out the subtle nuances of the Lithuanian language, but also in identifying Lithuanian culture, and revealing historical development.


September – October 2020
The Girl and the Echo (dir. Arūnas Žebriūnas, 1964)

October – November 2020
Devil’s Bride (dir. Arūnas Žebriūnas, 1974)

November – December 2020
The Small Confession (dir. Algirdas Araminas, 1971)

December 2020 – January 2021
Nobody Wanted to Die (dir. Vytautas Žalakevičius, 1966)

January – February 2021
Feelings (dir. Algirdas Dausa and Almantas Grikevičius, 1968)

February – March 2021
Stairway to Heaven (dir. Raimondas Vabalas, 1966)

March – April 2021
The Children from the Hotel America (dir. Raimundas Banionis, 1990)

April – May 2021
I No Longer Remember Your Face (dir. Raimundas Banionis, 1988)

May – June 2021
The Living Heroes (dir. Arūnas Žebriūnas and Balys Bratkauskas, 1959)

June – July 2021
Baltic Way (dir. Audrius Stonys, Arūnas Matelis, 1990)