In the second episode, Marius Povilas Elijas Martynenko shares his literary experience with slammer, poet, essayist, actor, translator and performer. The creator tells about his first encounter with poetry – cut poems of his mother. What was next? Radauskas, Rumi, Kundera, Bukowski … The poet shares his thoughts on how to work, because inspiration does not come by itself.
In the third edition, comic artist Miglė Anušauskaitė firmly states: “Comics are a very serious medium, not only for children and teenagers.” She also brought a bunch of books to the studio. To find out who you know where comic book stories are born, how special the book Birds of the World is, and … how to raise fans, turn on the show.
In the fourth talk show we talk to the film director Jurgis Matulevičius. The director tells the show how he had to report to his father for the books he read as a teenager. One week – one book. What did this (then seemed, torture) experience yield? What factors matured Jurgis as a personality? “I wonder how from a thug I turned out to be an artist” says the director half-jokingly.
In the fifth edition, writer Vytautas Varanius shares his literary experience and admits that the first book he read independently turned him emotional. Do modern children still tear while reading J. Biliūnas’ “The End of Brisius”? What attracts teenagers to the writer’s novel The Greenhouse and how does it annoy critics? Why Vytautas Varanius doesn’t have a facebook and what his everyday life looks like – listen to it in the show.
In the sixth show, singer, dancer and music band The Roop’s leader, share the idea: “When I was a teenager, I thought I had all the answers.” He also talks how biographies of successful people helped him, as a singer and a dancer, during the most difficult periods of his life by the and what books are waiting in line to be read today. Also shares about the lack of interest in reading, the bullying, traumatic experiences of adolescence, musical success, making decisions that change lives, and many other things – on the show.
Project partners: Kirtimai Culture Center and Vilnius Antakalnis Open Youth Center “Žalianamis”. The project is funded by the Lithuanian Culture Council. The project contributes to the activities of the Lithuanian Youth Year Celebration Program