"Master and Tatyana" is the latest film by Giedrė Žičkytė and movie's gala premiere on "Scanorama" will take place on November 15th.
A comedy documentary "Lida Vanda Liusia", is the first feature length film by Julija Zubavičienė and is especially personal and vivacious.
Scanorama, widely thought to be a major cultural event in autumnal Vilnius, was launched last Thursday.
Scanorama's programme, entitled ‘Real Life’, will surely satisfy the curiosity of those who appreciate the art of documentary films.
The festival, widely thought to be a major cultural event of the Lithuanian autumn, will celebrate the art of cinema and will invite the film-goers to confront their inner selves.
Poetical, disturbing, ground/breaking, and more numerous than ever.
Scanorama takes off with an exclusive premiere of the Golden Lion winner by Swedish auteur Roy Andersson, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence.
What is new this year, you ask? The answer is simple – films, authors’ names, actors’ faces, themes, uniting all the programmes (we have more than ten of them), insights, etc.
European Film Forum “Scanorama” will award the winner of short film competition “New Baltic Cinema” for the sixth time this November.
Starting from 7 November , for the eleventh time European film forum “Scanorama” will prove just how strong Lithuanian documentary is.
From 7 November, for the eleventh time - overcrowded cinema halls in four cities throughout Lithuania.
Organisers of "New Baltic Cinema" invite filmmakers from Baltic countries to submit their works for the short film competition programme.
Yesterday in Vilnius, 10th European Film Forum ‘Scanorama’ culminated.
Five ideas- five short films, which represent Lithuania in a competition programme “New Baltic Cinema” at the European Film Forum “Scanorama”, will be screened this Sunday.