• Kreivės 2019

    September 4–8

    The festival is co-funded by the European Union's Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014–2020)

  • Baltic Pride 2019

    Film programme by “Kreivės”
    June 6–8 – Cinema “Skalvija”, Vilnius
    June 19 – Kaunas' Artists' House

Kreivės Shorts Redux

2016-2018 / Belgium, Sweden, Hungary / 4 short films

English and Lithuanian subt., 65 min

Cinema “Skalvija”, A. Goštauto g. 2
June 7 — 4.30 PM

In anticipation of the next Vilnius Queer Festival (September 4–8), we offer a selection of some best shorts from the last couple of editions of „Kreivės“.


Dir. Séverine De Streyker, Maxime Feyers / Belgium

France meets her son’s girlfriend for the first time. She is not what France expected, but the encounter allows France to reevaluate her own brand of femininity and family relations.



Dir. Dawid Ullgren / Sweden

Recently separated Hans decides to go to a gay night club. With the need to fit in, he is unconsciously drawn into the role of a sugar daddy, an elderly man who pays for the company of younger guys.



Szép alak

Dir. Hajni Kis / Hungary

A high-school cleaning lady falls in love with one of the female students in the school. Her love is impossible from the beginning, but she still decides to show her feelings.



Dir. Lia Hietala / Sweden

A relationship between two sisters are put to the test when a new role model appears for the younger sister Cleo. In the centre of attention is the biggest question: How does one know that one is in love and are there any shortcuts to the answer? A short drama about the ability to create trust.


Photo: My Gay Sister. Trailer: Calamity.