The third edition of the Cinemando Festival of the best Italian films will soon begin in Vilnius. The Festival is organised by the Made in Italy Association and the Italian Institute of Culture in the Lithuanian capital, with the support of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism. Seven recent films will be screened in the original version with subtitles, providing a brief overview of emerging trends in Italy’s cinematographic production of dramas, comedies, and fantasy and docufiction films. The festival will be opened by “Land of Saints” (“La Terra dei Santi”) by director Fernando Muraca, who will answer questions from the audience after the film. “The Stuff of Dreams” (“La stoffa dei sogni”) will be shown on Sunday, when director Gianfranco Cabiddu and the female lead, Teresa Saponagelo, will meet the Lithuanian public. The other films are “Me, Myself and Her” (“Io e lei”) by Maria Sole Tognazzi, “How Strange to be Named Federico” (“Che strano chiamarsi Federico”) by Ettore Scola, “Don’t Be Bad” (“Non essere cattivo”) by Claudio Caligari, “God Willing” (“Se Dio vuole”) by Edoardo Falcone and “They Call Me Jeeg Robot” (“Lo chiamavano Jeeg Robot”) by Gabriele Mainetti.