Films-knockouts and premieres of Lithuanian films
This year's "Scanorama summer" repertoire includes several award-winning films presented at major world film festivals: "Fabian" by the German Domino Graf, "Bergman Island" by the French Mia Hansen-Løve, "My Wife's Story" by the Hungarian Ildikó Enyedi, "My Wife's Story" by the Icelandic Valdimar "The Sheep" by Jóhannsson, "Here We Are" by the Israeli Nir Bergman, "The Mediator" by the Norwegian Bent Hamer, "Nedvejok" by the Dutch Shariff Korver and, of course, the best of 2021. European comedy - "Baby Ninja" by Norwegian Yngvild Sve Flikke.
The highlights of the Lithuanian program will be "Parthenon" by Mantas Kvedaravičius, "Cinephilia" by Algimantas Puipas, "Bėgike" by Andrias Blaževičius, "Back from New York" by Ramunė Rakauskaitė and "Svelnūs kariai" by Marija Stonytė, which premiered in different years at the Scanoramas festival. Jorūnė Greičiūtė's "Uzkalbetojaj" and "Everything's All Right" and Andriaus Bartkaus' "Eine Schokoladen Lampe" will illuminate with a bright flash of the Lithuanian short metro cinema, and the French director and actor Alfredo Machin's silent film "Karo kakeikti" will pay homage to the history of cinema and create an unexpected connection with the present. 1914), which will be accompanied live by the pianist Simona Zajančauskaitė, and the restored Raimonds Vabals film "Birželis, savres pradji" (1969) restored by the Lithuanian Film Center.