"Kaunas has plenty of authentic, well-preserved interwar era buildings and interiors. Kaunas is an ideal choice for those who need to render the inter-war theme in their film."
"Kaunas has a great potential for film productions. Of all the places I've visited, in particular impressive was Žaliakalnis with its funicular - this part of Kaunas is unusual for cities in the Baltic region. And the Church of Resurrection looked just fantastic."
"These incredible run-down buildings in the city can be fully exploited by the film industry. Such a small town, but the choice of locations for filming is so varied - from abandoned buildings to architecture of various periods till modernism. I was especially fascinated by the confluence of the two largest Lithuanian rivers in the city."
"This is a very peaceful town, combining European architecture of different eras - from the Middle Ages to modernism and the present day. Different styles are perfectly reflected in the churches of the city. While visiting various places of Kaunas, it was very pleasant to imagine them in a film script.
"Lithuania is a historical country, and Kaunas is the city that has great potential. I think that this could be a great place for filming a documentary, because some parts of the city are very authentic and untouched by time."
"My head explodes from uniqueness of Kaunas. There are plenty of places pulsating with the interbellum spirit. Wherever the camera turns, authenticity is everywhere - architecture of walls and details, stylistics of windows, doors."