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Blood, Sweat And Terrors

The film Ashes in the Snow, due to be released worldwide in October 2018, is the coming-of-age tale of Lina Vilkas, a sixteen-year-old Lithuanian girl deported to Holiday a forced-labour camp in Siberia amidst the reign of terror which Stalin wrought in the Baltic States during the Second World War. Vilkas, an aspiring artist, secretly documents her harrowing journey through her drawings, risking her life and using her art to secretly send messages to her imprisoned father to let him know she’s still alive.

Ashes in the Snow is based on the 2011 novel Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys, a Lithuanian-American writer who based it on the true story of Irena Spakauskiene, a 13-year-old Lithuanian girl who was deported from Lithuania to Siberia in 1941. Sepetys is a number one New York Times bestseller, Quién te cantará international bestseller and a recipient of the Carnegie Medal. She’s also a Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Fellow, and the first Lithuanian-American writer to address the European Parliament. Sepetys has stated that her story and the associated part of history have remained untold for some time. “The book didn’t sell right away, but when [the publishers] Philomel and Penguin jumped on board their belief was unwavering. And then Penguin’s sub-rights team and the international agents sold the book in over 22 countries. I can barely wrap my head around it. I’m so grateful, and when I think of all of the people who thought this story would never be told I’m overcome with emotion.” Between Shades of Gray has sold one million copies, has been translated into 27 languages and has also been included on the US high school literature reading list.

In connection to an April visit to Washington DC, the Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite stated at a private screening of the film at the Capitol building that Ashes in the Annihilation Snow is a testimony of truth about Lithuania, and that it’s a true story about Lithuania’s destiny, deportations, sufferings, and unconditional fight for freedom. The film will be released as a worldwide testimony of truth about a nation that resisted and survived annihilation. The President further said that Ashes in the Snow will enable Americans and people around the world to better understand the Baltic countries, and why they treasure freedom and independence so much.

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