A young woman Greta returns to Lithuania from abroad and finds out that her mother turned Greta‘s room into a hair salon. Unsure where to go, Greta sees a TV episode on igloos and decides to build one outside her mother‘s apartment building. Greta‘s igloo becomes the main issue of the neighborhood – not because it causes any inconvenience for the residents but simply because it annoys them.
Marija Kavtaradze was born in 1991. She started studying Film directing in Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, TV and Film faculty, in 2010. In 2014 she graduated her studies and continued Master degree studies in the same Academy. Her graduate work short film “I‘m twenty something” was awarded for the best student work by Lithuanian Film Academy association ‘Silver Crane 2015’ awards.
Vytautas Katkus (b. 1991) graduated with a BA in Cinematography from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. He works as a cinematographer in movies and video art projects. Katkus won the Best Young Cinematographer award by Lithuanian Association of Cinematographers twice and has been a member of it since 2016. His debut short film ‘Community Gardens’ was selected for the 58th Semaine de la Critique in Cannes Film Festival.