Entrance is free or a donation of your choice.
13 selected shorts in 6 screenings
Photo: I Want to See Gellivare Burn
4 long and 5 short stories of individual and group memories and their loss
Let's meet in the next year's festival and events on the way
Vilnius Queer Festival “Kreivės” is a cultural and social initiative which started in 2014. It is neither the first nor the only queer festival in the region or Lithuania. Nonetheless, building on earlier and cooperating with current other queer initiatives, we aspire to be a unique space for film screenings, events and community building.
We are committed to bringing stories that spring from diverse lives and transform our vision of who we are and who we can be. Our vision is a community which acknowledges and passionately supports variety in LGBTQI expressions and viewpoints.
This year “Kreivės” takes place in Vilnius on September 9–13.
Entrance to the film screenings – free of charge or donation at your choice.
You can get your tickets at “Skalvija” (A. Goštauto g. 2) an hour before the first screening of the day. Tickets are available for the day of the screening and for the following day.
The festival is organised by “In Corpore” in cooperation with other organisations and individual activists and artists. Main supporters – Lithuanian Cinema Center and Vilnius City Municipality.
coordination / programming
submissions / translations & copy-editing / programming
translations / programming
Vaida Barbora Linartaitė
Artist living in Copenhagen, studied at the Vilnius Art Academy and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Her works consist of autoethnographic texts, performances and video art.
Interdisciplinary artist, actor and activist. His work is devoted to analysis within the fields of human rights, labour rights and social relations.
Head of the Department of Film Promotion, Information and Heritage at the Lithuanian Cinema Centre. She manages international project and programs of Lithuanian films. Her everyday work focuses on the Lithuanian cinema and dissemination of its achievements in the world.
Ukrainian artist and filmmaker, working from the positions of intersectional feminism and posthumanism, trying to approach topics of naturalized violence. Mostly working with the medium of film, she reflects on its hierarchical structure and fantasizes about alternative modes of its production.
Association “In Corpore”
Pelesos g. 13–18, LT–02114 Vilnius, Lthuania
+370 684 12216