The international project Three Bears has successfully finished its appearance in Lithuania. The initiative took part under the festival Aidas 2011 organized by Municipality Theatre of Jonava. Three theaters from three countries (Lithuania, the United Kingdom and Russia) participated in a program to make their own versions of the Bear by Anton Chekov.
Norman, a young nerd, visits a doctor, because he thinks he has challenges with Cecilia. Norman is looking for professional ways to improve the relationship, however is the doctor really capable to help? This amusing short film was produced in less than four weeks (from script to the final cut) and as Dr Frankel says in the film ‘We do not see things as they are.
Traditionally Vilnius International Film Festival (Cinema Spring) comes in March. This year the festival celebrates its 16th birthday that offers a rich program to the Lithuanian audience. Among dozens of premieres, four films with Titas‘ music will be presented in the the section of the Lithuanian films.
Lithuania was occuppied by the Tzar Russia in 19th century. The Russians were executing ruthless assimilation policy against the Lithuanian nation. Part of this activity was to ban Lithuanian literacy and promote Russian language.