Calvert Journal Film Festival 2021

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Dawn (Country: Latvia, Estonia, Poland; Year: 2015; Director: Laila Pakalnina; Writer: Laila Pakalnina; Stars: Vilis Daudzins, Antons Grauds, Andris Keiss, Liena Smukte, Wiktor Zborowski)
An idealistic young man living on a commune in Soviet Latvia rebels against his violent father.
Isaac (Izaokas) (Country: Lithuania; Year: 2019; Director: Jurgis Matulevicius; Writer: Jurgis Matulevicius, Saule Bliuvaite, Nerijus Milerius, Antanas Skema; Stars: Aleksas Kazanavicius, Severija Janusauskaite, Dainius Gavenonis, Dainius Kazlauskas, Martynas Nedzinskas, Ainis Storpirstis, Salvijus Trepulis, Eugenijus Jankelaitis, Arunas Vozbutas, Rytis Saladzius, Mindaugas Ancevicius, Andrius Alesiunas, Jonas Baltakis, Kestutis Cicenas, Arvydas Dapsys)
Skeletons rattle in the closet of a film director and his friends, 20 years after an infamous massacre.
I Work At The Cemetery (Country: Poland, Ukraine; Year: 2021; Director: Alexey Taranenko; Writer: Pawel Belyanskiy; Stars: Olga Safronova, Andrey Isaenko, Viktor Zhdanov, Rimma Zyubina, Aleksey Tritenko, Wiktoria Gorodecka, Maksim Donets, Anna Ivanova, Yaroslav Bezkorovayny, Nina Naboka, Vitaliy Saliy, Vladislav Kunitsyn, Galina Korneeva, Yelena Khokhlatkina, Igor Salimonov)
A cemetery worker becomes involved in his clients' tragedies, forcing him to confront his own ghosts.
Nova Lituania (Country: Lithuania; Year: 2019; Director: Karolis Kaupinis; Writer: Karolis Kaupinis; Stars: Aleksas Kazanavicius, Vaidotas Martinaitis, Valentinas Masalskis, Rasa Samuolyte, Egle Gabrenaite, Roberta Sirgedaite, Julius Zalakevicius, Darius Meskauskas, Vidmantas Fijalkauskas, Valdas Latonas, Danguole Ragazinskaite, Aleksas Kazanavicius, Vaidotas Martinaitis, Valentinas Masalskis, Rasa Samuolyte)
In 1936, a man comes up with the idea of saving Lithuania from the war in Europe by establishing an overseas colony involving a mass exodus.
Otto The Barbarian (Country: Romania, Belgium; Year: 2020; Director: Ruxandra Ghitescu; Writer: Ruxandra Ghitescu; Stars: Marc Titieni, Iulian Postelnicu, Ana Radu, Ioana Bugarin, Constantin Draganescu, Aida Economu, Ioana Flora, Andreea Gramosteanu, Andrei Mateiu, Maria Popistasu, Mihaela Sirbu, Adrian Titieni)
A teenage punk tries to deal with the loss of his girlfriend.
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