"Kaunas is a city where you can feel its distinctive history and culture everywhere you go - in the sights, the sounds. the streets, the architecture...and most importantly, in the people. It's a very film friendly city."
"Kaunas pulsates positive energy and has so many beautiful corners that have yet to be exploited by cinema. The city is alive with history and memories, but the most captivating thing was the kindness of the locals and the desire to contribute to the development of the film. The filmmakers felt welcome in the city. We would be happy to come back and film again."
"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."
"Kaunas - one of the cities in the world where you can find interesting locations of varying texture. For me personally, the greatest and most important discovery while filming in Kaunas was the people who live there. Nowhere have I ever met such obliging enthusiasts, such curious crowd-scene participants, such accommodating location owners and most importantly - actors so eager to act."
"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."