Documentary Film Festival

Documentary Film Festival is an international documentary film festival launched in 2004 in Lithuania, and is the oldest documentary film platform in the Baltics.

The festival has continually supported the diversity of creative documentaries by composing rich and captivating program.

The festival has always been searching for a dialogue with its audience; therefore various discussions are organized to bring the spectators together with the filmmakers and to raise awareness of the fascinating possibilities of documentary film genre.

Each year the main and special festival programs show the most recent internationally awarded documentaries while a retrospective is dedicated to an acknowledged filmmaker.

In this year’s retrospective the audience will have a chance to discover films by Czech filmmaker Helena Třeštíková. The Baltic documentary film program introduces it’s audience to recent or classical films from the Baltics. This year the festival presents a retrospective of Lithuanian documentarist Audrius Stonys.

The 13th edition of the festival is taking place on the 22nd of September – 2nd of October in Vilnius, “Skalvija” and “Pasaka” cinema centers. On the 7th-9th of October the festival is moving to the cinema “Romuva” in Kaunas and “Culture factory” in Klaipėda.


Vilnius Documentary Film Festival (VDFF)

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2016-09-22 – 2016-10-02

Vilnius cinema theatres

Price: 3.48 – 5 Eur
For schoolchildren, students, seniors: 2.32 – 3 Eur
Purchase tickets at: theatre box-office, online at Tiketa.lt and outlets

Education, Festivals, Cinema
More information: vdff.lt

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