VILNIUS: Lithuania continues to hold the leading position in the region in terms of domestic films market share, which grew from 16.49% in 2013 to 23% in 2014. The top 10 highest grossing films in Lithuanian cinemas last year included four Lithuanian productions.
VILNIUS: Spanish writer and director Daniela Féjerman is shooting her new feature The Wait/La Espera in Lithuania.
VILNIUS: The tax incentive for film production in Lithuania that came into force in January last year is already showing results, but a breakthrough is to be expected this year, according to the Lithuanian Film Centre. The tax instrument may attract €15m worth of film production to Lithuania in 2015.
VILNIUS: Lina Lužytė, one of Lithuania‘s young generation of film directors, is working on her debut feature film Do You Love Me (Ar tu mane myli).
VILNIUS: Five Lithuanian shorts, eight Estonian shorts and two Latvian shorts competed in the New Baltic Cinema competition of the Scanorama film festival which opened on 14 November 2014.
VILNIUS: The British Broadcasting Company BBC is completing production on the TV movie The Eichmann Show in Vilnius, Lithuania.
VILNIUS: The Lithuanian/Polish/Norwgian docudrama The Man Who Knew 75 Languages from director Anne Magnussen and co-director Pawel Debski has gone into production.
VILNIUS: Director Arūnas Matelis is in production with his feature length documentary Gladiators. A Different World/Gladiatoriai. Kita planeta, a Lithuanian, Italian, Belgian, Swiss, Irish, Northern Ireland/UK and Latvian coproduction.
VILNIUS: Lithuanian young generation director Lina Lužytė is working on her debut feature film Do You Love Me? (Ar tu mane myli?).
VILNIUS: Popular Finnish director Antti J. Jokinen is shooting the feature film Kätilö (Wildeye) in Vilnius, Lithuania. The director is known for his work on The Resident (2011), Puhdistus (2012) and Nightwish: End of an Era (2006).
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