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También conocido como: Aivars Lubanietis
Películas y Series de TV
La historia del secreto de la autocreatividad, la soledad del alma, los meridianos de la consciencia y el alcance del hombre. Ilmārs Blumbergs (1943-2016) es un concepto en la vida que se puede demost...
The story of the world-renowned Liepāja-born cinematographer Eduard Tisse, whose wife was convinced it was he who created all the famous films of Sergei Eisenstein. The creators of the film develop th...
The Fathers Over There
Andris Caune, Ojārs Grensbergs, Imants Grāvītis and Jānis Zemtautis spent many years in the Gulag camps. They survived. In 1954, a riot broke out in Jezkazan, Kazakhstan. The men’s camp and women’s...
God's Lost Sparrows
Near the end of the Second World War, when it became clear that Latvia would be re-invaded by the Soviet Army, some 150,000 of its citizens fled to Germany as refugees. Among them were farmers, busine...
Where Did The Fathers Go?
The children who were sent to Siberia in 1941 have not seen their fathers – in their memories they recollect: “My father was arrested, he was sent to Vyatlag camp. He died there in March, 1942. He was...
The 1960s brought hope for the huge Soviet empire - a hope that the regime will become more humane. The optimism and youthful energy of the decade became the prevailing mood. Renewal of life vibrated ...
Lisments Who Changed Roja
A documentary about Miķelis Lisments - a controversial director of fishermen kolkhoz "Banga" in Roja, a village in North-West Latvia.
Childhood Land Siberia
The documentary "Childhood Land Siberia" continues the series of films about the deportations to Siberia, commited by the Soviet Union as part of an ethnic cleansing in its occupied lands in 1941. Som...
The Balance Sheet of Siberia
The year 2011 marked the 70th anniversary of the deportations of June 14 1941, when 15 425 residents of Latvia (Latvians, Jews, Russians, Poles) were deported to Siberia. Among them there were 3 751 c...
A documentary about Latvian freedom fighter Konstantīns Čakste who was the son of the first Latvian president and who perished in 1945.
In January 2011, Latvia commemorated the 20th anniversary of the tragic events that occurred in January 1991. Film producer Andris Slapiņš was killed, and cameraman Gvido Zvaigzne was fatally injured ...
Train Station Latvians 1937
Latvians have left their land for all corners of the earth over the last centuries – either driven out for disobeying the powers at large, or due to wars and revolutions, or with visions of a better l...
Remember Siberia I
An emotional, figurative and historical study of the memories of people who were deported to Siberia as children on June 14, 1941. The suffering of these victims is presented in contrast to the beauti...
Agapitova and the Rescued
This is a film about the return of an individual to the Far North, and to the past. Agapitova, Igarka – the vast lands of Siberia, to which Ilmārs Knaģis and 4,000 other children from Latvia were depo...
John Dored's Island
John Dored was the first Latvian cinematographer to train with the famous Pathé, actively film on the front lines of WWI, and the only foreigner who filmed Lenin’s funeral, illegally. After emigrating...
Greetings From Siberia
People who were forcefully deported from Latvia to Siberia by the Soviet Union in 1941 and 1949 when they were kids. They haven't come back. Many years have passed, the dream of motherland has ended.