BPF Alumni Spotlight: film collection available on T-Port for industry professionals


To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Forum, Baltic Pitching Forum (BPF) is partnering with T-Port, an innovative non-profit online platform for short films, to give more spotlight to the BPF alumni and their works. From now on, industry professionals with a T-Port account will have an opportunity to watch BPF alumni films on the platform all year round. 

The Baltic Pitching Forum alumni catalog showcases 17 short films from Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania that were once pitched at the Forum. These animation and fiction films – which have already gained international recognition or started their journey around international film festivals – display themes specific to the Baltics and represent some of the most exciting filmmakers currently working in the region. 


Baltic Pitching Forum alumni collection:

“Baby on The Backseat” (dir. Epp Kubu, prod. Gabriel Dettre, Kertu Viira, fiction, 2018, Estonia)

“Bad Hair” (dir. Oskar Lehemaa, prod. Kaspar Ainelo, fiction, 2019, Estonia)

“Becoming Animal” (dir. Ieva Šakalytė, prod. Kristina Ramanauskaitė, fiction, 2021, Lithuania)

“By the Pool” (dir. Laurynas Bareiša, prod. Klementina Remeikaitė, fiction, 2017, Lithuania)

“Castratus the Boar” (dir. Raitis Ābele, Lauris Ābele, prod. Raitis Ābele, Lauris Ābele, Thom Palmen, fiction, 2014, Latvia)

“Elena” (dir. Birutė Sodeikaitė, prod. Agnė Adomėnė, puppet animation, 2021, Lithuania)

“He Took the Bottle but Left the Girl” (dir. Reinis Kalvins, Kristofer Piir, fiction, 2014, Latvia, Estonia)

“Helen’s Birthday” (dir. Tanno Mee, prod. Marianne Ostrat, fiction, 2017, Estonia)

“Mia & Liki” (dir. Katrin Tegova, prod. Maario Masing, fiction, 2021, Estonia)

“Mobius Bond” (dir. Emilija Rivière, prod. Ramūnas Povilanskas, Ieva Norvilienė, Elena Rožukaitė, fiction, 2018, Lithuania)

“Mothers” (dir. Birutė Kapustinskaitė, prod. Rūta Petronytė, Kęstutis Drazdauskas, fiction, 2021,  Lithuania)

“Riga’s Lilac” (dir. Lizete Upīte, prod. Richard Van Den Boom, animation, 2019, Latvia)

“Snow Shelter” (dir. Robertas Nevecka, prod. Giedrė Biurokaitė, animation, 2020, Lithuania)

“The Butterfly Man” (dir. Edina Csüllög, prod. Kristo Jürmann, Peeter Urbla, fiction, 2015, Estonia)

“The Juggler” (dir. Skirmanta Jakaitė, prod. Agnė Adomėnė, animation, 2018, Lithuania, France)

“The Morning After” (dir. Irma Pužauskaitė, prod. Lukas Trimonis, fiction, 2015, Lithuania, USA)

“When the Lights Go Out” (dir. Jonas Trukanas, prod. Gabija Siurbytė, fiction, 2019, Lithuania)

Watch the collection here.


T-Port is a non-profit online platform aimed at promoting emerging talent and facilitating the distribution of short films within the professional film industry. The platform hosts 900+ titles made by independent filmmakers, including award-winning films and top-festival selections. Films and profiles are accessible to a global network of 2500+ festival programmers, sales agents, distributors, buyers, VoD platforms, producers, and talent scouters who can contact filmmakers directly through the platform.

Find more how to gain access to the T-Port HERE.