Vilnius Goes to Cannes 2018
Goes to Cannes
Monday 14 May - 12:00 - 14:00 - Palais K, Level 4, Palais des Festivals
Vilnius International Film Festival (Vilnius IFF) Kino Pavasaris is the biggest and most important cinema event in Lithuania. Over 23 years, the festival has become a highly-attended cultural phenomenon. In 2018, it received 115 000 viewers in 11 cities over two weeks.. Industry event Meeting point - Vilnius is an annual film industry conference, gathering international and local crowd of film professionals.
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Latvia – Feature – Latvian – 66’
Directed by: Kristians Riekstins
Produced by: Gints Grube
Synopsis: Eva arrives at an isolated house where her husband Robert is lying in a coma. . Strange things start happening around and Eva becomes convinced that Robert is not unconscious and is out to harm her.
Lithuania – Feature – Lithuanian – 110’
Directed by: Jurgis Matulevicius
Produced by: Stasys Baltakis
Synopsis: Kaunas, Lithuania, 1941, Lithuanian activist Andrius Gluosnis kills a Jew Isaac in Lietukis garage massacre. Years after the incident Gluosnis is haunted by the guilt.
Germany, Russia – Documentary – Russian – 90’
Directed by: Annegret Sachse
Produced by: Annegret Sachse
Synopsis: A political documentary essay about Kaliningrad. Everyday observations of a region, its inhabitants, a nation – often associative, sometimes surreal, rarely unfamiliar.