FESTIVALS: Ten Films Compete at Tbilisi IFF 2013

Disorder by Archil Kavtaradze Disorder by Archil Kavtaradze

TBILISI: Georgia reaches to some of the farthest corners of Europe for the international competition at the 14th Tbilisi IFF, running 2-8 December 2013.

The Georgian entry in the competition is Disorder (Georgian title: Koma), a gripping drama about the psychological and physical coercion placed on a young man imprisoned following an automobile accident, directed by Archil Kavtaradze.

From the Baltics comes The Gambler, a Lithuanian/Latvian coproduction about a young professional man addicted to gambling, directed by Ignas Jonynas. Neighboring Poland is represented by the feminist drama Women’s Day directed by Maria Sadowska. Other countries in the competition include the Ukraine, Turkey, and Armenia.

Finland is the subject of a five-film country focus, and the festival also screens 15 films in its Georgian Panorama section. The festival opens with the Georgian film Blind Dates directed by Levan Koguashvili and produced by Kino Iberica and Millimeter Film.

The complete list of main competition films follows:


Rufat Hasanov, Elvin Adigozel, Azerbaijan / France / Russia  


Archil Kavtaradze, Georgia

Windmill Production
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I’m Going to Change My Name

Maria Saakyan. Armenia / Russia / Denmark / Germany

Love Me

Maryna Er Gorbach, Mehmet Bahadır Er, Turkey / Ukraine


Yuri Bykov, Russia


Andrea Pallaoro, US / Italy


Penny Panayotopoulou, Greece / Germany

The Gambler

Ignas Jonynas, Lithuania / Latvia

Studio Uljana Kim (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
in co-production with:
Locomotive Productions

The Particle

Erdem Tepegöz, Turkey

Women's Day

Maria Sadowska, Poland

Munk Studio