Stanford Libraries and Stanford Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies are proud to present:
the Baltic Film Series – featuring four Baltic film screenings at Stanford this fall.
All screenings are free and open to public (RSVP requested)!
More info and RSVP: https://creees.stanford.edu/event/baltic-film-series
The series begins on Oct. 19 with the screening of “Those who dare” (2015). The film outlines the Baltic nations’ struggle for the restoration of their independence, from 1986-1991. The screening is preceded by an introduction by Jon Baldvin Hannibalsson, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iceland, 1988-1995.
Following this opening event, the Baltic Film Series will feature: “Dangerous Summer” (2000), “In the Crosswind” (2014), and “Land of Songs” (2014). Please see Stanford events page for a full listing of films, event times and locations, and film synopses.
The Opening Night – October 19
The opening night of Baltic Film Series at Stanford features the screening of Icelandic-Baltic “Those Who Dare” (2015) with introduction by Jón Baldvin Hannibalsson, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iceland, 1988-1995.
ADMISSION: Free and open to the public, RSVP requested by Oct. 18. RSVP here: https://creees.stanford.edu/event/baltic-film-series-opening-event
6:45-7:15pm: Introduction by Jón Baldvin Hannibalsson (Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iceland, 1988-1995)
7:15-8:15pm Screening of the film, “Those Who Dare”
8:15-8:45pm Q&A with Jon Baldvin Hannibalsson