European Union Film Festival 2022
Screening Dates
  • November 27 (Sunday) 6:00
Lithuania

This dreamy film deals with themes such as raising children, self worth, and bullying … [It] is full of wonderful shots of nature and the insects lovingly cared for by the boy.”

Cinekid Festival (Netherlands)

This is the delightful story of ten-year-old Juozapas, a boy who survived a difficult birth with the rare but real condition of his heart living outside of his chest. Throughout his young life, Juozapas has tried to avoid too much interaction with other children, just to play it safe. Indeed, the centre of his world is a magnificent deserted house nearby. His closest friends are the many insects who occupy a terrarium, lovingly crafted by Juozapas in the form of a hotel. When a young girl named Rugilė arrives in town, Juozapas begins to discover new ways of seeing life and himself. Sensitive and charming, A Butterfly’s Heart is a beautiful story of one boy’s quest to find acceptance in an often unforgiving world.

Video introduction by director Inesa Kurklietyte.

To stream this film:
Click on the Streaming” cloud icon above.
This will take you to the virtual platform where you can watch the film.
Purchase a ticket for $12 (plus tax) or purchase a multi-film pass (details below).
Each film will be live” online for 48 hours. Once you start watching, you have 24 hours to finish the film.
If you are having technical issues with the stream, please click here.
You can also contact EUFF directly by emailing info@​euffonline.​ca.

This film is avail­able to stream in Cana­da only.

Five Virtual Film Bundle: $50 (plus tax)
Online Festival Pass: $100 (plus tax)

Please note: Tickets to in-person screenings do not include access to online EUFF offerings, nor vice versa.

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