"You need to work every day, every day, every day," Egle hears an ant shouting from a speaker-box. Egle is a sound design student and she is recording sounds for the radio adaptation of a Sergey Kozlov tale. Egle wants to become an expert. And she definitely will. Film is a part of documentary project 15 Young by Young.
Giedrė Beinoriūtė (b. 1976 in Vilnius, Lithuania) graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater, Film and TV department with MA in audiovisual arts in 2001. Since 1997 directed and wrote eight fiction and documentary short films and worked as an assistant director with the established Lithuanian filmmakers Šarūnas Bartas (Septyni nematomi žmonės/Seven Invisible People) and Arūnas Matelis (Prieš parskrendant į žemę/Before Flying Back to The Earth). Since 2004 she is a member of the Lithuanian Filmmakers Union. In 2006 with colleagues established a film studio Monoklis. Since 2007, teaching script writing and TV directing at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater.
Selected filmography: My Lonely Friends (1997, short), Mom, Dad, Brother, Sister (1999, short), City of Trolleybuses (2002, short, doc), Existence (2003, short), Vulkanovka. After the Grand Cinema (2005, doc, Kino pavasaris), Grandpa and Grandma (2007, short, doc), The Balcony (2008, Kino pavasaris), An Expert (2012, doc, Kino pavasaris), 7 Conversations on Serious Topics (in production).
- Year: 2012
- Country: Lithuania, Latvia, France
- Runtime: 16 min.
- Director: Giedrė Beinoriūtė
- Screenwriter: Giedrė Beinoriūtė
- Producers: Jurga Gluskinienė, Ilona Bičevska
- Cinematographer: Audrius Kemežys
- Companies: Monoklis, Avantis Promo, ARTE France, Algeria Productions
- Dialogs: Lithuanian
- Subtitles: English
- Classification: A