One summer day, a man, his current compagnion and his daughter arrive to their countryside house to spend a weekend. After the death of her mother, the sixteen year old daughter lives with her father, whose attention she lacks. He is tired of his daily routine at work and does not know how to find strength to carry on living. His wife, a violinist, does not feel any joy of life, as she is confused in her priorities – music, love and career. Despite the fact they love each other, their relationship is tensed and is on the brink of collapse.

Original title: Ramybe musu sapnuose, English title: Peace to Us in Our Dreams, Country: Lithuania, France, Russia, Production year: 2015, Format: - Son: - Lenght: 107', Aspect ratio: - Frame rate: -


Sharunas Bartas, Lora Kmieliauskaite, Ina Marija Bartaite, Edvinas Goldsteinas, Eugenijus Barunovas, Aushra Eitmontiene


Director/Screenwriter: Sharunas Bartas, Assistant director: Jurga Dikciuviane,  Producer: Sharunas Bartas, Jurga Dikciuviane, Co-Producers: Janja Dikciuviane, Vincent Wang, Production Company: KinoElektron, Studio Kinema, Co-production companies: House on Fire, Current state: Completed, World sales: Luxbox, DOP: Eitvydas Doshkus, Music by: Alexander Zekke, Editor: Gintare Sokelyte, Sound: Vytautas Kizala, Sigitas Motoras, Benjamin Laurent, Vladimir Golovnitskiy, Jean-Guy Voran


Lisbon & Estoril Film Festival
Nominated for Jaeger - LeCoultre Best Film Award

Cannes Film Festival
Directors' Fortnight

La Rochelle International Film Festival

Haifa Film Festival

Stockholm International Film Festival

Festival: 40° Festival Cine UC, Chile

sharunas bartas

Director/ Screenwriter

Born in 1964 in Siauliai (Lithuania), artistic director of the film studio Banga in Kaunas, Sharunas Bartas entered the film school VGIK in Moscow and graduated in 1991. He founded the film studio Kinema in 1989 – the first independent film studio in Lithuania. Director, actor and producer, Sharunas Bartas is one of the most important director in Lithuania. Peace to Us in Our Dreams will be his eighth feature. 


1986, Tofolaria Short Film | Short Film

1990, Praejusios Dienos Atminimui| Documentary Film
Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival - Wisselzak Trophy

1992, Three Days | Feature Film
Berlin International Film Festival - FIPRESCI Prize - Honorable Mention, Prize of the Ecumenical Jury - Special Mention, European Film Awards, Fantasporto - Directors' Week Award, Torino International Festival of Young Cinema, Fantasporto, Karlory Vary International Film Festival

1995, Koridorius | Feature Film
Thessaloniki Film Festival - Special Artistic Achievement, Torino International Festival of Young Cinema - C.I.C.A.E. Award, Viennale - FIPRESCI Prize, Karlory Vary International Film Festival, New Horizons Film Festival

1996, Few of Us | Feature Film
Cannes Film Festival - Un Certain Regard, New Horizons Film Festival

1997, The House | Feature Film
Cannes Film Festival - Un Certain Regard, Festroia Film Festival, Camerimage - Nominated for the Golden Frog

2000, Freedom | Feature Film
Venice Film Festival - 'CinemAvvenire' Award, Toronto International Film Festival, New Taipei City Film Festival, New Horizons Film Festival

2004, Visions of Europe ("Lithuania: Children Loose Nothing"| Anthology Film
Locarno Film Festival, Copenhagen International Film Festival, Montréal World Film Festival, London Film Festival, Pilsen Film Festival, Tiburon International Film Festival

2005, Seven Invisible Men | Feature Film
Cannes Film Festival - Directors' Fortnight, Warsaw International Filmfest, Lubuskie Film Summer, Odessa International Film Festival, Nika Awards- Nominated for Best Film of the CIS and Baltics, Warsaw International Film Festival

2010, Eastern Drift | Feature Film
Lithuanian Film Awards - Silver Cranes for Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress, Nika Awards - Nominated for Best Film of the CIS and Baltics, Berlin International Film Festival, Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, Sputnik Russian Film Festival, New Taipei City Film Festival