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On 22 May, 2017, during the 70th Cannes International Film Festival, representatives of the Polish Film Institute and the Lithuanian Film Centre – director Magdalena Sroka and director Rolandas Kvietkauskas – signed an agreement to strengthen cooperation between the two national institutions in the field of cinematography and the implementation of joint film projects.
Director the Lithuanian Film Centre R. Kvietkauskas and Polish Film Institute director M. Sroka signed agreement on cooperation
Director the Lithuanian Film Centre R. Kvietkauskas and Polish Film Institute director M. Sroka signed agreement on cooperation

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