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Steve coming for tea, Rupert Friend

Steve coming for tea (2010)

As the title goes, this short film is about Steve, a weird downstairs neighbour who all of a sudden starts coming over for tea. Put your kettle on and enjoy.

Home Game / Hjemmekamp (2005, 10 min.), dir. Martin Lund. A screenshot from the film

Home Game / Hjemmekamp (2005)

One things is sure: out of the seven days of a week, one day you can do it – if not on Monday, let it be Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. Warhol’s 15 minutes of sorts – the victory’s guaranteed. Enjoy the short

Gintaras Grajauskas, Lithuanian poet

“Poet? It’s a walking anachronism”: Q&A with Gintaras Grajauskas

“While I live I will belong to every possible species, because I don’t want to be a collector’s butterfly”, Gintaras Grajauskas (Lithuanian, b. 1966) told in an interview years ago. And kept his word: books of literary history and Wikipedia pages are constantly updating the list of “roles”: poet, essayist, playwright, musician and songwriter; currently, Head of Klaipėda Drama Theatre’s Literary Department.