Sharunas Bartas

Sharunas Bartas op IFFR

Sharunas BARTAS (1964, Lithuania) is educated in directing at the Moscow Film Institute VGIK. He made his début with Three Days (1992), which brought him the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury in Cannes. He made several features that form a wayward oeuvre. Bartas has also made two documentaries. He has won two FIPRESCI Awards, for Three Days and for The Corridor (1995).

Filmography

Tofalaria (1985), Praejusios dienos atminimui/In Memory of a Day Gone By (1990), Trys Dienos/Three Days (1992), Koridorius/The Corridor (1995), Few of Us (1996), A casa/The House (1997), Freedom (2000), Visions of Europe (2004), Septyni nematomi zmones/Seven Invisible Men (2005), Indigène d'Eurasie/Eastern Drift (2010)


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