Lithuanian Film Centre Gives Grants to Seven Films

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    VILNIUS: The Lithuanian Film Centre approved 2,010,000 Litas in financial support for five feature films and two documentaries.

    The largest grant went to the Lithuanian–Danish feature Man’s Life in Autumn directed by Gytis Lukšas and produced by Baltic Productions. It will receive 800,000 Litas in 2013 and a recommendation to give a grant of 1 m Litas to the production in 2014.

    The feature film Sangailė from director Alantė Kavaitė and produced by Fralita Films received 500,000 Litas. The Film Board recommended it receive another grant of 500,000 in 2014.

    The feature film by Lina Lužytė Do You Love Me? from the production company Just a Moment received 150,000 Litas for 2013 and the recommendation of a grant of 750,000 Litas in 2014.

    The feature film Gustavo Enciklopedija by Vaidas Lekavičius (production company: Tauras kino namai) received 300,000 Litas. The short feature film Triukšmadarys by Karolis Kaupinis  (production company: Čiobreliai) received 80,000 Litas.

    Two documentaries received grants. Moteris Ledynuose by Audrius Stonys (production company: Ūkų studija) was approved for continuing support. In 2013 it receives 130,000 Litas with the same amount promised for 2014. Ežerinė by Agnė Marcinkevičiūtė (production company: Studija 2) received 50,000 Litas.

    Full grants table available here.