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Par-delà les saisons, à Baltriškės

Par-delà les saisons, à Baltriškės

A Short film by Aurélien Petit

Produced by Les Films Cébolac

Production year : 2015

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Production and distribution

Executive Producer :

Les Films Cébolac


A few months after Lithuania's independence in 1991, as the country began its slow recovery from fifty years of occupation, a group of young people invited the monastic community of the Fraternity of Tiberiade to organize a retreat. The fraternity soon found itself faced with an unexpected challenge. How could they respond to such a demand when their community was so small and still in the process of establishing itself? Fathers Marc and Joseph decided to take a leap of faith. A former kolkhoze, or collective farm, was converted into a small village comprising a dozen members. Gradually, young people and families arrived to experience the joy of living out the Gospel. After more than twenty years, the first Lithuanian priest made a permanent commitment to the organization.

This story recounts a history that follows the seasons of the fidelity of God, who constantly watches over us and invites us to have trust.

Photos (3)

Full credits (7)

Executive Producer :

Aurélien Petit

Screenwriter :

Aurélien Petit

Sound recordists :

Quentin Millot, Thomas Guillaumin

Music Composer :

La Fraternité de Tibériade

Line Producer :

Aurélien Petit

Director of Photography :

Aurélien Petit

Continuity supervisor :

Cindy Porto

Technical details

Short film

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Sub-genre :

Auteur documentary, Portrait

Themes :

Religion, Society, Spiritualité

Production language :

French, Lithuanian

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Nationality :

100% French (France)

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Runtime :

52 min

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Audio format :

Dolby SRD

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