Vilnius International Film Festival Honors Ukrainian Resistance
Vilnius International Film Festival, the largest cinematic event in Lithuania, announced post-pandemic live screenings in the country. This year, the Festival actively boycotts all Russian films, honors Ukrainian directors, and invites spectators to immerse into 90 feature films and 51 short films in selected Lithuanian cinemas, including the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre.
We wish you very happy holidays and we are looking forward to seeing you in the new year!
Dear partners, Another year has gone by. One were, even though we hoped it would be over, we were still coping with the challenges covid bring us. Besides this very real struggle and the hard times it has brought the cultural sector, we saw great creativity and flexibility. Within the sector, but also with all
European capital cities leading the urban agenda for cultural inclusion
Eight European capital cities - Amsterdam, Dublin, Lisbon, London, Sofia, Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius - are working together to create new policies for cultural inclusion. The aim is to bring about a real shift in cultural policymaking in Europe and as a result ensure access to culture for all citizens.