THE INVISIBLE FRONT PRE SALE DVD

THIS SPECIAL DVD PRE SALE ENDS MARCH 1st. THE DVDS WILL ARRIVE ON OR BEFORE MARCH 11TH IN COMMEMORATION OF LITHUANIA'S 25 YEAR INDEPENDENCE FROM SOVIET AGGRESSION. PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@THEINVISIBLEFRONT.COM FOR SALES OF 8 DVDS OR MORE. THANK YOU! AČIŪ!

Green Wristband movement is emerging in Lithuania to pay tribute to the legacy of the "Forest Brothers", as anti-Soviet partisans were known. Lithuanians wear green wristbands to thank the Forest Brothers for the opportunity to live in Lithuania, to speak the Lithuanian language without a fear, be able to travel and to choose whom to vote for. Let‘s all wear the green wristbands in memory of the partisans' courageous fight – the genuine symbol of resistance and say:
THANK YOU, FOREST BROTHERS!

Pre order tickets and get the forest-green wristbands for free. Keep historical remembrance of the partisans alive and spread it around the world.

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THE INVISIBLE FRONT
He chose between two loves - his country and his wife
The Invisible Front is an award winning film about
love and the fight for freedom
In 1944, Soviet forces occupied Lithuania for a second time in less than five years. This time the youth of the nation chose to fight back and formed a guerrilla army of partisans called the Forest Brothers. Among them was a charismatic leader named Juozas Luksa who joined the resistance with his three brothers. Having realized that the pen was mightier than the sword Luksa risked his life to escape to Paris in 1948 to spread the word of the partisan struggle. In Paris, Luksa quickly joined up with Western intelligence agencies, wrote a memoir and met the love of his life: Nijole. Shorlty after their wedding, Luksa, was air-dropped back into Soviet Lithuania by the CIA to help liberate his country. The Invisible Front tells the story of Lithuanian resistance, Luksa and Nijole through the use of Luksa’s writings and his love letters to Nijole.
The Invisible Front won the Audience Award at the international film festival „Kino Pavasaris“ in Vilnius 2014.
CITY: NEW YORK
OPENING: November 7th
WHERE:
Cinema Village
22 East 12th street
New York, NY 10003
212-924-3363
http://www.cinemavillage.com

Opens 11/7/14 - Daily 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00

CITY: CHICAGO
OPENING: November 14th
WHERE:
Music Box Theatre
3733 N. Southport Ave.
Chicago, IL 60613
773-871-6604
http://www.musicboxtheatre.com

Opens 11/14/14 - Daily 7:30pm

CITY: LOS ANGELES
OPENING: November 21st
WHERE:
Laemmle Music Hall 3
9036 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
310-478-3836
http://www.laemmle.com/theaters/4

Opens 11/21/14 - Daily 12:00, 2:20, 4:40, 7:00, 9:55

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Meet the filmmakers
JONAS OHMAN
Jonas Ohman
VINCAS SRUOGINIS
Vincas Sruoginis
MARK JOHNSTON
Mark Johnston
Jonas Ohman (b. Sweden) – Jonas is a documentary filmmaker, journalist, translator, activist currently based in Vilnius. Currently, he, is actively supporting the Ukrainian army in its fight against Russian intervention Through his extensive research of Eastern Europe’s recent history, Jonas has a solid knowledge base for the story told in The Invisible Front.
Vincas Sruoginis (b. USA) - Vincas has spent the past 15 years working in both the advertising and film industries in New York. He is the grandson of a prominent exiled Lithuanian, the former ambassador to the United Nations, Anicetas Simutis. Vincas has used his professional experience and personal insight to tell the unique post-war story of the Lithuanian partisans.
Mark Johnston (b. Sweden) – Mark is a graduate from the USC school of Cinema in Southern California and has produced award winning commercials for brands such as Adidas, Nissan, Sony PlayStation, Bacardi, and American Express. Mark is inspired by the resistance movement and works to showcase the people sacrificing themselves for freedom so they may not be forgotten. While creating The Invisible Front he tried to answer the question for himself, “Would I do as they did”?
Gallery
All photos are property of Museum of Genocide And Resistance, Lithuania.
Movie Poster
Press kit
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