Lithuanian film festival „Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin“ will be organised for the 10th time in the capital of Germany and will show current films made in Lithuania. The festival will run from October 28th to November 1st. It is one of the few film festivals outside Lithuania that exclusively represent Lithuanian cinema. Lithuanian film
Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin is planning it’s 10 th edition and is looking for shorts, documentaries and features films, created by Lithuanian filmmakers in Lithuania or abroad. Filmmakers can submit their films until July 15th 2020 here. Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin is planning it’s 10 th edition and is looking for shorts, documentaries and features
Good news! Film Liebe Oma, Guten Tag! (en. What We Leave Behind!) will be screened at DokuMontag on December 9th at Tschechisches Zentrum as a part of EUNIC event. DokuMontag is a platform presenting documentaries about social issues and human rights and since 2013 together with Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin has shown numerous Lithuanian films
Shortest day is perfect for short film programme: Sputnik Kino together with Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin and Estonian Embassy in Berlin organises Short film day Kurzfilmtag 2019 on December 21, Saturday, 16.00. The best of Baltic Midnight short programme of the latter festival will be screened.
We have prepared a very special addition to our film programme: a masterclass by an acclaimed Lithuanian photographer Remigijus Treigys called Cinema After Atomic Winter, an audiovisual performance by a poet and essayist Roland Rostowski and a percussionist, jazz and contemporary music performer Arkady Gotesman called Berlinalien and an exhibition of the previously mentioned
One of festival’s joys is its guests. Each year we bring film directors, producers, actors and other members of the filmmaking world so they could enrich each screening by telling more about their creative process to the audience. Let us introduce you to our Q&A schedule, which has some exciting names on it!
Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin showcases festival darlings and iconic classics The 9th edition of Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin – a boutique film festival, showing the best of Lithuanian cinema in the capital of Germany – will take place on October 31st-November 4th. The highlights of the programme include – Motherland – a debut feature by
Second year in a row the visual identity of the upcoming festival was created by a talented young graphic designer Gabrielė Vingraitė. Her inspiration comes from traditional Lithuanian patterns and is expressed through typographical weaving of words. Take a look and don’t forget to save the date: Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin starts at October 31 in
Litauishes Kino Goes Berlin took part in the 7th edition of Long Festival Night, organised by the Festiwelt – the organisation uniting film festivals in Berlin. The highlights of the 8th edition of Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin were shown to the art house film lovers, gathered in Zukunft am Ostkreuz on August 24th.
Thank you! We are still trying to comprehend all these nice memories and to come back from the magical world we were living in for the past 5 days. Together we were the 8th Litauisches Kino Goes Berlin – and you were a crucial part of it! We are very grateful – to people who