Mantas Kvedaravicius was a Lithuanian anthropologist, filmmaker, and archaeologist has died at the age of 45; he was killed Saturday in Mariupol, the under-siege Ukrainian city. The ministry’s information agency tweeted on Sunday. Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda mourned the death in a statement. “We lost a creator well known in Lithuania and the whole world, who, until the very last moment, worked in Russia-occupied Ukraine despite the danger.” Following Mantas Kvedaravicius’s death, tributes began pouring in online for the filmmaker, with fans offering condolences to friends and family. One user said, “Lithuanian filmmaker Mantas Kvedaravicius died in Mariupol. We first met in Grozny about 15 years ago when he was shooting a documentary about enforced disappearances by Russian federal and Chechen forces. He was fearless, bright, and funny. RIP.” Another user tweeted, “RIP Mantas Kvedaravicius, a filmmaker killed in Mariupol “with a camera in his hands” while working to document a “war of evil against the whole world.” This conflict is taking a terrible toll on journalists who bear witness to the suffering of innocents.”
What was Mantas Kvedaravicius Net Worth?
Mantas Kvedaravicius Net Worth
Mantas Kvedaravicius was a Lithuanian anthropologist, filmmaker, and archaeologist; he was born on 28 August 1976 in Biržai, Lithuanian SSR; he was 45 years old at his demise. He held Ph.D. in social anthropology from the University of Cambridge. He also served as an Associate Professor at Vilnius University. His documentaries include Barzakh (2011) and Mariupolis (2016). He was awarded including Amnesty International Film Prize, 2011 Berlin International Film Festival, Best Film, 2011 Belgrade Documentary, and Short Film Festival, Best Documentary, 2011 Lithuanian Film Awards, Grand Prize, 2011 Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, Best Documentary, 2016 Lithuanian Film Awards and many more.
The estimated Net Worth of Mantas Kvedaravicius is around $600K USD.
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