The Baltic Film Days commemorating the Baltic Way are taking place simultaneously on August 21-23 in Tallinn, Vilnius, Kaunas, and Riga.
Three Lithuanian films will be screened in Latvia and Estonia – 'Išgyventi Vasarą' (Summar Survivors), 'Laiko Tiltai' (Bridges of Time), and 'Nuostabieji lūzeriai: kita planeta' (Wonderful losers: a different world). Meanwhile, seven Latvian and Estonian films will be shown in Lithuania.
Estonian documentary Rodeo opened the Baltic Film Days in Vilnius, telling a story about the first days of the Estonian independence.
One of the programme’s highlights will be a Latvian Oscar's nominee, documentary To Be Continued.
The programme also includes Latvian-Lithuanian and Czech co-production Bille, animation Lotte and the Lost Dragons, which debuted in the Berlin Film Festival, Pizzas by a famous Latvian director Laila Pakalniņa, and Estonian film Roots.
The programme will finish with the Estonian film, The Little Comrade.