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LITHUANIA: FEEDBACKS IN ART, CULTURE, LITERATURE AND MEDIA
 

LITHUANIA: FEEDBACKS IN ART, CULTURE, LITERATURE AND MEDIA

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OWTF 2012-2014.

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    LITHUANIA: FEEDBACKS IN ART, CULTURE, LITERATURE AND MEDIA LITHUANIA: FEEDBACKS IN ART, CULTURE, LITERATURE AND MEDIA Presentation Transcript

    • Our Way to Freedom Feedbacks in Art, Culture, Literature and Media. Gelvonai Secondary School Lithuania 2014
    • Celebrations 13 January The Day of Rememberance of the Television Tower incident The January Events took place in Lithuania between January 11 and 13, 1991 in the aftermath of the Act of the Re-Establishment of the State of Lithuania. As a result of Soviet military actions, 13 civilians were killed and around 700 injured.
    • On 11 March 1990, the Supreme Council of the Republic of Lithuania adopted an Act on the Restoration of an Independent State of Lithuania. 11 March Reestablishment of Independence
    • The Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact was a non-aggression pact signed in Moscow in the late hours of 23 August 1939. The pact's publicly stated intentions were a guarantee of non-belligerence by either party towards the other, and a commitment that neither party would ally with nor aid an enemy of the other party. 23 August The Day of Rememberance of the Molotov- Ribbentrop Pact
    • Our Way to Freedom in Literature Literature was linked to the national independence movement. Writings were characterized by simbolism, romanticism and existentialism. The Soviet occupation undermined the creativity of writers, many of whom fled to the west and wrote in secret.
    • He wrote the book Dievų miškas (Forest of the Gods). It describes the life in a concentration camp. Balys Sruoga
    • Bronius Krivickas He was a poet and partisan. He was killed in 1952 in a battle, expected future historians to ponder how tiny Lithuania “did not fall but managed to struggle hard and long”.
    • She was a poet and partisan of Lithuania. She fought for freedom and also she was a good poet who wrote beautiful poems about the freedom of Lithuania. Diana Glemžaitė
    • Our Way to Freedom in Films The 1966 film Nobody Wanted to Die (Niekas nenorėjo mirti) by Vytautas Žalakevičius. This film shows the tragedy of the conflict in which “a brother goes against the brother”.
    • The 2005 film Forest of the Gods directed by Algimantas Puipa, based on the Balys Sruoga noverl of the same name. It is a story about one man an artist and an intellectual who was imprisoned by two brutual regimes, the Nazis and the Soviets.
    • Our Way to Freedom in Art The Road of the Freedom is a sculpture commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the resoration of the State of Lithuania in Vilnius. The sculpture is symbolic of the live chain of people who, more than 20 years ago, joined hands and connected the three Baltic States.
    • Chapel for partisans in Kaisiadorys cemetery is one of modern creations of Independent Lithuania, when it was a normal thing to honour there, who were fighting for freedom (it was vice versa in Soviet times). Chapel was built in 1993 - 1998.
    • The Monument Angel built in Rokiškis in 2003 The monument to Tauras county partisans in Marijampolė
    • Our Way to Freedom in Music Rock March – was a rock music festival, organized in various cities of Lithuania. It was held in 1987, 1988, 1989, updated in 1996 and 1997. Early festivals shared the Sąjūdis ideology, and openly supported the Lithuanian independence movement. Later festivals encouraged participation in public life.
    • Antis is a Lithuanian postmodernist rock band. The name is the Lithuanian word for "duck" and is also slang for a false mass media sensation. Antis was a politically motivated band that played proscribed music in several styles including ska. They also wrote their own songs with jaunty horns and witty ironic lyrics.