Meeting Point Vilnius 2019 Announces Lineup


    VILNIUS: Debut projects from the Czech Republic, Latvia, Poland, Lithuania and Romania are among the 17 projects selected for the 10th edition of Meeting Point Vilnius, set to take place during the 24th Vilnius International Film Festival Kino Pavasaris from 2 to 4 April 2019.

    The Work in Progress Coming Soon pitching session will showcase 11 first feature films and six documentaries on 3 April 2019.

    Meeting Point – Vilnius is organised in the framework of the Vilnius IFF, supported by the Lithuanian Film Centre, the Lithuanian Council of Culture, the City of Vilnius and Creative Europe Desk Lithuania, and in collaboration with Vilnius Film ClusterMAIA WorkshopsConnecting Cottbus, ICO-Independent Cinema Office, Baltic Pitching Forum, Film Fest Portugal, Marché du Film, Golden Apricot Film Festival, Minsk International Film Festival “Listapad” industry, Creative Europe Desk Estonia, Creative Europe Desk Latvia.

    Complete List of Projects:

    36 Months (Latvia)
    Directed by Liene Linde, Armands Začs
    Produced by Ego Media

    Batrachomyomachia (Germany, Poland)
    Directed by Kasia Hertz
    Produced by DFFB

    El Padre Medico (Lithuania, Brazil)
    Directed by Vytautas Puidokas
    Produced by Iron Cat
    Coproduced by Lente Viva Filmes, Dansu Films

    Legacy (Romania)
    Directed by Dorian Boguță
    Produced by Hai Hui Entertainment

    Marygoround (Poland)
    Directed by Daria Woszek
    Produced by Jutrzenka Studio
    Coproduced by Solopan, All Muses

    My Thoughts Are Silent (Ukraine)
    Directed by Antonio Lukich

    Nova Lituania (Lithuania)
    Directed by Karolis Kaupinis
    Produced by M-Films

    Soviet Man (Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic)
    Directed by Ivo Briedis
    Produced by Mistrus Media
    Coproduced by Monoklis, Frame Films

    Tarkovsky – Printed Time (Russia, Italy, Sweden)
    Directed by Andrei Andreyevich Tarkovsky Jr.

    The Family (Lithuania, France)
    Directed by Fralita Films
    Coproduced by Aldabra Films

    The Flood Won’t Come (Lithuania)
    Directed by Marat Sarksyan
    Produced by Tremora

    The Last Bus (Hungary)
    Directed by Nandor Lorincz, Balint Nagy

    The Lions Heading Venice (Albania, Czech Republic)
    Directed by Jonid Jorgji
    Produced by EJF Production
    Coproduced by Blue Hills Picture

    The Sailor (Slovakia)
    Directed by Lucia Kašova
    Produced by TOXPRO

    The Soviet Garden (Moldova, Romania)
    Directed by Dragoș Turea
    Produced by Parmis Film Studio
    Coproduced by Rova Film

    The Thrillseekers (Belarus, Russia)
    Directed by Vlada Senkova

    Undergrown (Portugal)
    Directed by Marta Ribeiro