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The MEDIA Programme Division of the International Cultural Programme Centre is offering seminars and discussions for documentary filmmakers during the Vilnius Documentary Film Festival.
The fifth edition of the Vilnius Documentary Film Festival (December 5-14 2008) will host six Lithuanian documentary premieres.
Creative documentary The Bug Trainer (www.thebugtrainer.com/pressb.php) about Ladislas Starewitch, the pioneer of puppet animation, premieres on November 15 in Vilnius, at the SCANORAMA International Film Festival.
The Nordic cinema festival Scanorama (www.scanorama.lt) opened November 13 in Vilnius, and continues November 20 in Klaunas and Klaipeda.
The seminar EURIMAGES Fund: Support for European Film Industry will introduce the fund to filmmakers in Vilnius, Lithuania on November 7.
Baltic Media Alliance has invested over €3 million into development in the Baltic States.
Valdas Navasaitis' new feature film Perpetuum mobile premieres on November 4 in Vilnius, with nation-wide distribution beginning on November 7.
The newly-founded National Resurrection Party (http://www.prisikelimopartija.lt/) headed by TV star Arunas Valinskas entered into four-party ruling coalition in the 141-member Seimas, the Lithuanian parliament.
The European Cinema Support Fund Eurimages has awarded €350,000 to a Lithuanian/Latvian co-production, the animated feature The Golden Horse.
Film and theatre director Giedre Beinoriute's new film The Balcony (http://balkonas.wordpress.com) opened in the four biggest Lithuanian cities: Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipeda, and Siauliai.
Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre LRTC http://www.lrtc.lt/index.html plans to mortgage Vilnius TV tower to fund an upgrade in services.
The Lithuanian incumbent telco TEO LT has become the first broadcaster in the Baltic Republics to offer its TV subscribers the US sports channel NBA TV.
Lithuania has chosen Maris Martinsons' Loss as its first feature film to compete for selection the Best Foreign Language category.
As managing director of Skalvija since 2005, Greta Akcijonaite oversees a company that has become one of the main players in cinema policies, discussions, and initiative in Lithuania.
Producer Rasa Miskiniyte's 600,000 euro documentary The Bug Trainer is a tribute to persistence and diligence in the face of limited national funding resources.
With no state institutional funding, the Lithuanian producers of Loss decided that a multi-pronged promotional campaign was the only way to recover their investment on the 600,000 euro project.
Lithuanian director Arunas Matelis will present a week of Lithuanian documentaries at Expo Zaragosa, beginning August 17.

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