Rolandas Kvietkauskas has been re-appointed as director of the Lithuanian Film Centre for a second four-year term, the Ministry of Culture has said.
Rolandas Kvietkauskas
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In a competition on Tuesday, Kvietkauskas won against an unnamed candidate.

Kvietkauskas has headed the institution since 2012 after serving as a spokesman and adviser to Lithuania's culture minister and heading the public establishment Vilnius the European Capital of Culture 2009.

The Lithuanian Film Centre is involved in the shaping and implementation of film policies, proposing legal acts and distributes support among selected film projects.

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