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Baltlic Film Festival Agenda

East European Studies, in cooperation with the

Joint Baltic American National Committee presents: 

Documenting the Effects of Communism 15 Years After the Collapse of the USSR

Friday, February 9, 2007

2:00 pm – 5:00 pm 

2:00-2:10   Welcome: Nida Gelazis, East European Studies

        Opening Remarks: Peteris Blumbergs, Chairman of the

        Joint Baltic American National Committee        

 

        2:10-2:20 Presentation: Ina Navazelskis, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

2:20-2:25   Discussion

 

2:25-3:25    Film Presentation: “Memories Denied”

            Director: Imbi Paju 

3:25-3:40  Discussion with Director Imbi Paju 

3:40-4:00  Break  

4:00-4:10   Film Clip: “Once there was Siberia”

            Director: Dzintra Geka 

        4:10-4:20 Discussion with Jon Baltmanis, Siberia’s Children Fund Support Group 

        4:20-4:25  Film Clip: “June Ice” Produced by the Genocide and Resistance Research Center of Lithuania 

4:25-4:35  Discussion with Rima Kuprys, Lithuanian American Council 

        4:35-4:50  Film Clip “The Singing Revolution” Producers James Tusty and Maureen Castle-Tusty 

4:50-5:00  Discussion with Producer James Tusty 
 
 

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