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Call for applications for grants from Ukrainian citizens, film culture or art creators

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he Lithuanian Film Center under the Ministry of Culture announces the acceptance of applications for grants from Ukrainian citizens, film culture or art creators.

The purpose of the grants is to support the creative activities of Ukrainian citizens, film culture or art creators, and to promote their cooperation with the film community of the Republic of Lithuania in the fields of film culture and art or the dissemination of art and film culture.

Adult citizens of Ukraine, film culture or art creators, who have been granted temporary protection in the Republic of Lithuania are entitled to receive grants.

The amount of the grant is 1800 EUR, for the period of 3 months.

Applications completed in Lithuanian or English together with attachments in Lithuanian or English shall be sent to LKC by email to info@lkc.lt in a single email.

ATTENTION! Please send applications only to the email address of the Lithuanian Film Center specified in this advertisement info@lkc.lt.

Applications are accepted on a regular basis, but no later than 15 September of the current year.

A description of the procedure for awarding grants to Ukrainian citizens, film culture or art creators can be found here.

Application for the grant received by Ukrainian citizen, film culture or art creator

Payment Agreement Form for a Grant for a Ukrainian citizen,  film culture or art creator

Report form for the grant received by Ukrainian citizen, film culture or art creator

Applications are registered by the administrator Greta Narimanidze, tel.  +370 656 15395, email: g.narimanidze@lkc.lt.

Consultations on how to fill in the applications will take place remotely from 4 April until end of day 15 September.

The Senior Specialist of the Film Production Department –  Daiva Žekonienė, consults on the filling in of application forms, tel.  +370 685 87969, email: d.zekoniene@lkc.lt.

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