Eglė Razumaitė

Eglė Razumaitė (born in 1993) obtained a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Vilnius University in 2016, and is about to hold master’s degree in film directing from Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre in 2024 (supervisors Marija Kavtaradzė and Laurynas Bareiša), in 2017 she was a participant of alternative contemporary art education program at Rupert Art Center, since 2017 Eglė is a researcher at Lithuanian Culture Research Institute. In 2016, together with Kipras Dubauskas, Robertas Narkus, and Jonas Palekas, she opened the artist-run restaurant “Delta Mityba”. Together with Vytautas Juozėnas, Brigita Kazlauskaitė, and Kipras Dubauskas, she is a founder of the independent moving image studio “Spongė”. Egle’s work balances between the humanitarian profile studies, interdisciplinary art, and filmmaking by integrating hybrid forms of cinematic language. She is mostly concerned with themes of attachment and detachment, perception of women and transwomen in contemporary culture, dialectics of inclusion and exclusion to the centres of power as well as social groups.


Water Castle / Vandens Pilis (2017 short experimental)

Down to Earth / Žemyn Žemėn (2018, short experimental / scriptwriter)

Notes from the Underground / Užrašai iš Pogrindžio (2020, short experimental)

The Fall / Krytis (2023, short fiction)

Ootid / Ootidė (2024, short fiction)

Shifting / Deteritorizacija (2024, short fiction)