Join us at the first Baltic Film Festival - October 18-21, 2018, New York City
Festival starts tomorrow, Thursday, October 18!
The festival will include 18 films and feature 7 U.S. premiere screenings and 9 NYC premieres, and will include notable classic films that have rarely been seen outside of Europe as well as the latest features, documentaries, and animation films from some of the best established and upcoming filmmakers from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
A number of the film directors/producers will be present for the Q&As after the screenings, including for Baltic Tribes, Merija’s Journey, Rodeo, When we Talk About the KGB, and Wonderful Losers.
Click here to see the full film line up and to purchase your tickets.
Opening night is sold out, but tickets are still available for the other screenings.
The Other Cinema of Northern Europe
The three Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania have been producing motion pictures since 1910. While not as well-known as those in Scandinavia and other parts of Europe, their industries have met challenges in one era or another that ultimately only galvanized their creative ambitions for features, documentaries, and animation shorts. Through the screening of both the latest productions and selected classics, the inaugural 2018 New York Baltic Film Festival offers an unprecedented opportunity to see the best in Northern European film making.
The 2018 New York Baltic Film Festival is presented Scandinavia House and organized by the Consulate General of Estonia, Consulate General of Lithuania and Consulate of Latvia in New York. Programming support is from the Estonian Film Institute, National Film Center of Latvia, and Lithuanian Film Center. Funding for the festival is courtesy of governments of the Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and by the generous donations of members of the Baltic community in New York. Additional support to the festival is from the Lithuanian Cultural Institute, the Consulate General of Finland in New York, ASIFA-East, and the American Scandinavian Foundation.
October 18-21, 2018
58 Park Avenue
(between 37th and 38th St.)
New York, NY 10016
Thu Oct 18: 5:30pm–10pm
Fri Oct 19: 5pm–11pm
Sat Oct 20: 2pm–11pm
Sun Oct 21: 3:30pm–10pm