Little Incidents

Little Incidents is a digital series about incompatible and, frankly speaking, quite egocentric people that, despite of hating each other, are forced to co-habit.

  • Aiste Ptakauske
    Ethnic Kitchen (Pasaulio virtuve)
  • Aiste Ptakauske
    Ethnic Kitchen (Pasaulio virtuve)
  • Aiste Ptakauske
    Ethnic Kitchen (Pasaulio virtuve)
  • Milda Vasiliauskaite
    Key Cast
  • Mantas Dabrovolskas
    Key Cast
  • Gabriele Petrosiute
    Key Cast
  • Arturas Kavaliauskas
    Director of Photography
  • Arturas Kavaliauskas
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  • Seoul Webfest
    Korea, Republic of
    August 21, 2019
    World Premiere
    Best Creator
Director Biography - Aiste Ptakauske

Aiste Ptakauske (Lithuania) is a published author and creative content producer who successfully works across media and continents. She authored a collection of short stories and two best-selling novels for young adults, wrote five television shows, and made two documentaries. Ethnic Kitchen, Aiste Ptakauske’s documentary about immigrant women in post-Soviet independent Lithuania, is included into curricula at several European universities. Aiste Ptakauske is a winner of many prestigious national and international awards including an Augustinas Gricius Prize for the Best Fiction Debut in Lithuania, a Fulbright scholarship, and an Iconic Women Creating a Better World for All award from the Women Economic Forum. Aiste Ptakauske is constantly invited to lecture, teach, and coach in different parts of the world. She is also a founder of The Ethnic Kitchen Productions, a boutique development company that produces socially relevant audiovisual and cross media projects.

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Director Statement

Little Incidents is a result of years of my work with and for young audiences in Europe and beyond. I have written two novels for young adults and two plays that are regularly produced by youth theatres in Lithuania and abroad. I facilitated many storytelling and creativity workshops for young adults in Europe, Northern Africa, North America and elsewhere. In the course of this work, I have noticed that, on the one hand, constant immersion into informational communication technologies make young adults less and less comfortable with face-to-face interactions. On the other hand, constant (re)presentation of themselves in social media exposes them to an enormous pressure to look and be perfect. But is it possible to live your entire life fencing yourself off of everything that causes you even the slightest discomfort? Life stories of the protagonists of Little Incidents show that it is not. In this series, the main characters are forced to live with people whom they would never choose to live with, and they are not prepared for this challenge! But only in dealing with 'the other' you learn to deal with yourself.