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VILNIUS: Lithuanian young generation director Lina Lužytė is working on her debut feature film Do You Love Me? (Ar tu mane myli?).
VILNIUS: The new Lithuanian film tax incentives launched in January 2014 are attracting higher than expected interest from international producers.
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Film New Europe has teamed up with the upcoming Cannes Marche Du Film and the Producers Workshop to promote Central and Eastern European producers during Cannes.
Film New Europe has teamed up with the upcoming Cannes Marche Du Film and the Producers Workshop to promote Central and Eastern European producers during Cannes.
VILNIUS: The Lithuanian feature film Crisis from young film director Andrius Blaževičius is in preproduction.
VILNIUS: Ignas Jonynas won the best director and best film awards for the Lithuanian/Latvian coproduction The Gambler (Lošėjas) at the seventh Lithuanian Film and TV Silver Crane Awards held on…
VILNIUS: Nine feature film projects are among the recipients of 205,000 EUR in development funding announced by the Lithuanian Film Center.
VILNIUS: The Lithuanian Film Centre will distribute 2,082,368 EUR to 40 projects in 2014.
This month we spoke with Vilma Levickaitė, the manager of Skalvija Cinema Center, a small and cozy art house cinema situated in central Vilnius. Well known amongst film lovers for…
VILNIUS: Vilnius International Film Festival closed its 19th edition on April 3. There were two competition programmes: “New Europe – New Names” and “Baltic Gaze”, which was launched in 2014.
VILNIUS: The fifth edition of the Vilnius IFF industry sidebar Meeting Point Vilnius presented 22 Baltic films and works in progress to an audience of 150 international guests.
VILNIUS: The Lithuanian advertising market is expected to grow by 7% in 2014, with advertising prices rising across the board.
The Lithuanian documentary Liebe Tante, Guten Tag! won the best pitch award at the East European Forum.
VILNIUS: Lithuanian cinema attendance rose by almost 8 percent in 2013, while three domestic films made it into the top ten.
VILNIUS: The Lithuanian Film centre approved financial support of 4.75m Litas for six feature film production projects and one short feature film.
Lithuanian Films Line up European Film Market 2014
The Lithuanian Film Centre announced that it will increase film funding in 2014 in a year that promises more activity for the film industry.

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