“Ten churches are closing down each week, and I think that’s the reason why there’s such a big demand for coaching,” says one of the many speakers in this documentary. We visit therapy sessions with animals, such as pig massage and leadership training with horses, a presentation about happiness for elementary school kids, a “coping with tension and aggression” course in a municipal law enforcement department, and a vlogger trying to calm her stressed-out followers with gentle, relaxing sounds, to name a few.
Language: Dutch, subtitles:
Lithuanian, English. After the film – laughter therapy session.
Get a ticket at the screening venues. You can get tickets for the present or next day screening only. Pay as much as you want. If you don’t want to spend your time waiting in lines, you can get your ticket for any screening online. These tickets are sold for a fixed price (3,40 eur).
After the opening night you are welcome to continue watching films at Kaunas Artists’ House for the whole weekend as on October 12-13 the retrospective of Harun Farocki films will be held here. The programme consists of three feature films and four thematic short films. The retrospective will be opened by a lecture on Farocki’s work by writer, film critic and Farocki’s colleague Michael Baute.
Inconvenient Films is an international competitive human rights documentary film festival, taking place in various cities and towns accross Lithuania. Established in 2007 as an annual film event, it is currently the biggest documentary film festival in the country and the only film festival of this kind in the Baltic States region.
More information – nepatoguskinas.lt/2019/en