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Chernobyl and FABulous cinematographic mission of FABijoniškės in Vilnius

After the first three (of five) episodes of the Chernobyl show, that stunned viewers and critics, a slew of interviews with the film’s actors, scenario writers and producers emerged online, writes arts critic Ernestas Parulskis. […]

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Ludo Segers exhibits in Dailininkų sąjungos galerija

On 10 May, the exhibition “Place, Time, Reason?” by Ludo Segers, a regular contributor to The Lithuania Tribune, opened in the Dailininkų sąjungos galerija on Vokiečių g. 2 in Vilnius. The exhibition will show a […]

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Documentary on Lithuanian president to premiere in April

A new documentary about Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė will be premiered in Lithuanian cinemas on April 12, the film’s director and producer, Donatas Ulvydas, said here on Tuesday. […]

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Fashion experts share insights about peculiarities of Lithuanian style

How do Lithuanians fit in world’s fashion contexts? Would one be able to recognise a Lithuanian in the street when judging merely from his style? Although it is quite difficult to define today’s Lithuanian identity in fashion, we are not ignorant about world’s fashion trends as we courageously get ideas and inspiration from Western countries, and we add the “made in Lithuania” phrase to the result, Expert at Newmood Fashion Institute Jūratė Stanslovaitytė claims. Young Lithuanian designers that observe shifting customer needs attentively support her opinion. […]

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Lithuanian Film Week pays tribute to Lithuanian cinema in Warsaw

The Lithuanian Film Week, the most extensive presentation project of Lithuanian cinema in Poland over the last few years, kicked off Friday night in Warsaw’s Iluzjon cinema. The occasion crowns the year-long series of events celebrating Lithuanian cinema and the centenary of Lithuanian statehood. The opening of the Lithuanian Film Week invited members of Poland’s cultural community, film lovers and representatives of foreign diplomatic missions residing in Warsaw to see Mindaugas Survila’s celebrated documentary The Ancient Woods. The guests were greeted by the Lithuanian Minister of Culture Liana Ruokytė-Jonsson, a press release from the Lithuanian Film Centre states. […]