New catalogues presenting the latest works by Lithuanian filmmakers – online

katalogai 2020

Lithuanian film centre publishes new catalogues “Lithuanian Feature Films 2019–2020“, “Lithuanian Documentary Films 2019–2020“ and “Lithuanian Animation and VR Films 2016–2020“ presenting new and upcoming films of Lithuanian production companies. Here you will find all the information about 31 feature films, 39 documentaries, 29 animations and 9 interactive and virtual reality films.

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Lithuanian Films will celebrate 10-year anniversary at European Film Market 2020!


Lithuanian Films will celebrate 10th anniversary of presence in European Film Market!
6 films in screens for public and market and newest film catalogues of films in production and coming soons. Visit Lithuanian Films stand at EFM / Marriott Hotel stand no 132. Representatives from the Lithuanian Film Centre, as well as over 70 Lithuanian film professionals (producers, directors, critics) will be available for meetings February 20 – 27.


Our new film catalogues will give a good overview of the films produced in 2019-2020. Paper copies will be available at our stand but you are welcome to read them online as well:


Lithuanian Film Centre at European Film Market:
Rolandas Kvietkauskas (Director)
Irma Šimanskytė (Head of Department of Film Production)
Dovilė Butnoriūtė (Head of Department of Film Promotion, Information and Heritage)
Simona Gaidytė (Film Programming and Promotion)
Deimantas Saladžius (Film Tax Incentive)
Austėja Milvydaitė (Creative Europe Desk Lithuania MEDIA Office)

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Lithuania’s tax incentive continues to boost the local industry

By Vassilis Economou, CINEUROPA

The Lithuanian Film Centre has recently announced the results of the national tax-incentive scheme for film production for last year. Implemented in 2014, the Lithuanian Film Tax Incentive covers up to 30% of the production budget, and as has also been announced, the scheme will be effective in its current form until 31 December 2023. As we previously reported (see the news), the incentive is available for the production of feature films, TV series, documentaries and animated films, and foreign producers are eligible to partake with a local producer attached as a co-producer or as a provider of production services.

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The Purple Fog (lit. Purpurinis rūkas)

National films dominated in Lithuanian cinemas in 2019

The Lithuanian Film Centre reveals local box office results of 2019. With three national films making it to Top 10 most popular films, Lithuanian cinema lovers are sending a strong message: they are big fans of national production and are waiting for more.

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