Screening of “Kiemas’ – Programmed by Young Curators at Skalvija Cinema Center

Public screenings in cinema spaces

29 May 2016

Meno Avilys

Skalvija Cinema Center, Vilnius

A team of young curators between 15 and 18 year old conducted a programme of two films in Skalvija Cinema Center

The screening of Kiemas is a second part of the programme devoted to the Baltic cinema of the first decade of independence. Following the screening of the Latvian film Kurpe, Lithuanian contemporary classic Courtyard was screened in cinema after many years of absence. The screening was preceded by the presentation made by the young film programmers and followed by the Q&A session with the cinematographer of Kiemas Rimvydas Leipus. After the screening the audience expressed gratitude for bringing back one of the most significant Lithuanian films, otherwise unavailable, to the big screen. The audience of the screening at Skalvija Cinema Centre: 25 people. The event was organised in close cooperation with Skalvija Film Academy.


Kiemas, by Valdas Navasaitis (Lithuania, France, 1999)