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    2014 Vilnius International Film Festival begins

    Vilnius International Film Festival (Vilnius IFF) „Kino pavasaris”, one of the most important annual cinema events in Lithuania, starts on 20 March. The festival taking place for the 19th time, offers a high quality film programme and a rich package of accompanying events, workshops, exhibitions, receptions and even educational seminars for school children.

    Cinema Travels: Toronto

    In Cinema Travels you can read travel stories about cinema in faraway places, where travellers talk about what it feels like to sit down in a movie theatre in a whole new culture. Agnes Neier shares her experiences of an eccentric Toronto cinema where “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is screened with active participation of the audience, and explains why you should take along a newspaper and a slice of toast.

    Interview: Veiko Õunpuu

    Before Veiko Õunpuu set off to the Berlin Film Festival to present his latest feature film "Free Range" about young antagonist Fred, we had a chance to sit down with him for an inspiring talk.

    Love me some immigrants

    Named to be the “fruitier version of Romeo and Juliet”, the world’s first 3D animated opera sets out a group of immigrants looking like oranges to flee from Africa to the promised land of Europe.

    Sanctuary without refuge

    Nobody likes a mama’s boy, but daddy’s girls are the lucky ones – at least that is how the saying goes in my country. The leading actress Clara Christiansson, only 11 years old at the time of the shooting, makes her Papa (Jakob Cedergren) proud as a strong little girl.

    Interview: Luc Déry

    Luc Déry is one of Canada’s most successful film producers out there. With titles such as “Incendies”, “Monsieur Lazhar”, “Inch'Allah” and “Whitewash” under his belt he has a front row seat to the current film revolution happening in Canada.