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Deep Rivers Run Quietly

A continuous cycle of open air summer screenings aimed at bringing together non-commercial film screeners and distributors to create a cinema-based space open to the public based on community principles. The program presents both retrospectives and new brave films, which often do not find their way to cinema screens.

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Lėtosios peržiūros – viršelis be datų

Slow Screenings

The project has been developed since 2016. The goals are to slow down the rapid consumption of cinema, to gather like-minded people and to contribute to the fostering of cinema culture. Historians, researchers and critics, operating in Lithuania and abroad, are invited to broaden context surrounding films in presentations, discussions and reading clubs. Slow Screenings is organized in thematic cycles, presenting movements or creators important to the history of cinema.

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Panevėžys projections

A cycle of film screenings and conversations to reflect on emotional well-being and the challenges of quarantine. In collaboration with psychological health professionals, we invite to look for points of contact between cinema, psychology and our daily lives in an open conversation.

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2019 dizainas-viršeliui

Cinema camp

Since 2010 a multi-day international summer events were held in various Lithuanian manors, inviting to an informal dialogue on a different topic of moving image art. Filmmakers presented films and participated in discussions, film researchers read reports assigned to the camp theme, and campers participated in creative workshops, reading groups, and radio listening sessions.

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Luminous Shadows

The first solo exhibition of Thai film director and artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul in the Baltic States. Together with the exhibition, a retrospective of films was organized at the Contemporary Art Center and Skalvija Cinema Center and all eight feature films created by the director and four short film programs were shown.

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