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Filming Europe in Safety: Guidelines for production during COVID-19

Filming Europe in Safety: Guidelines for production during COVID-19

Film and TV production is slowly resuming in Europe. Even after the easing or end of governments’ restrictions to prevent the spread of Covid-19, the risk of contagion will persist in the first weeks and months, if not longer. European countries and film institutions are providing technical and organizational measures in order to help productions restart in safety during the global emergency. As the European Film Commissions Network, we are collecting these guidelines to make them available to all professionals shooting in Europe in the near future. The page will... Continue reading

Lithuania Supports Hard Hit Cultural Sector with Over 68 m EUR

VILNIUS: The Lithuanian Government has provided extra funds of 16.7 m EUR within the Economic Stimulus and Coronavirus (COVID-19) Mitigation Action Plan. A total of 8.3 m EUR was already allocated for this purpose in April, amounting to 25 m EUR in support for artists and cultural organisations. Another 43.3 m EUR was earmarked for the development and renewal of cultural infrastructure. The total amount of support after the announcement of the quarantine has now reached 68.3 m EUR Of the newly provided 16.7 m EUR, 13.6 m EUR will... Continue reading

Aerocinema: A Drive-In Movie Theatre Lands at Vilnius Airport

Aerocinema: A Drive-In Movie Theatre Lands at Vilnius Airport

Vilnius, 29 April: For the first time in history, a drive-in cinema has been set up in an airport apron area, where planes are usually parked, unloaded, refuelled and boarded. The ‘Aerocinema - The Journey Begins’ project, which kicked off on Wednesday, April 29th at Vilnius International Airport and will run until the end of May, is part of the Vilnius International Film Festival (Vilnius IFF). Despite growing and continuously adding new destinations in recent years, Vilnius International Airport has quieted down while waiting for international travel restrictions to be... Continue reading

Vilnius International Short Film Festival: submit films for 2021

Vilnius International Short Film Festival: submit films for 2021

Vilnius International Short Film Festival is now inviting to submit films for the upcoming 14th edition and its two competition programmes - International and National. Filmmakers can submit fiction, documentary, animation, experimental and hybrid genre films up to 30 min. which are completed after January 2019. Submission deadline: 31 July 2020. Vilnius International Short Film Festival (VISFF) is one of the biggest short film festivals in the Baltic countries. Established in 2006, VISFF has become a unique platform in Lithuania, not only screening European but also global professional short films... Continue reading

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