Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin invites you to see a new Lithuanian documentary at DokuMontag – a program for years presenting European films, that talk about socially engaging themes or human right’s subjects.

This time we invite you to see the documentary Aš už tave pakalbėsiu / When We Talk About KGB, made by Virginija Vereikytė and Maximilien Dejoie. The film will be screened on December 5th at 19 o’clock, Q&A will follow.
Directors: Virginija Vareikytė, Maximilien Dejoie, 73 Min, 2015, Lithuania & Italy

The headquarters and the prison of Lithuanian KGB – Committee for State Security of the SSRS – stand in the central avenue of Vilnius as a memento of the events and tensions that occurred in Lithuania in everyday life during the Soviet Regime. A documentary created over a period of three years evolves around that building as well as the well-structured apparatus of surveillance which it served for. The film follows the stories of seven people who took different stands and therefore became either victims or servants of the Regime. At the end they all just made the choices that they believed were right or best…

When We Talk About KGB is a deeply involving and though-provoking documentary, which remains free from self-righteousness or rectifying conclusions.

The film mastered by a director duo: Lithuanian Virginija Vareikytė and Italian Maximilien Dejoie, started its festival-life a year ago in Vilnius during “Inconvenient Films” Human Rights Film Festival, had been screened in numerous festivals around the world: Nordische Filmtage Lübeck in Germany, Document Human Rights Festival in Scotland, Docs MX in Mexico, AegeanDocs in Greece, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in USA, Salaya International Film Festival in Thailand, Norwegian Documentary Film Festival “Dokfilm”, Piemonte Movie Festival and Trieste International Film Festival in Italy, etc.

Film trailer:

At the end of the screening the Q&A with the filmmakers will be held.

The screening organized by Czech Center and the “Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin” with the support of Lithuanian Embassy.