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Lithuania to see first LGBT film festival

By |2018-01-16T01:43:45-05:00July 28th, 2011|News|

by Rex Wockner


Lithuania will see its first LGBT film festival, Kitoks Kinas (Diverse Cinema), Aug. 25-31.
Movies will be screened in the capital, Vilnius, and in Kaunas.
“After some hurdles, the LGBT film festival moved to theaters Pasaka in Vilnius and Cinamonas in Kaunas,” said festival director Vytautas Valentinavicius. “I am so happy we have facilities to screen LGBT films; however, we are open to having some screenings in the municipal center Skalvija as well, if we will be welcomed by Vilnius municipality.”

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