TBILISI: Ten films are competing in the international competition of the 5th edition of CinéDOC-Tbilisi. The first international documentary film festival in the Caucasus started on 11 May and will wrap on 16 May 2017.
A total of 67 films from 30 countries were selected for the competitive sections International Competition, Focus Caucasus, CivilDOC and CinéDOC Young, and also in the sidebar sections.
This year's edition is focused on five topics: Solidarity, Safety, Passion, Faith and Imagination. The screenings are taking place at cinemas Rustaveli, Amirani and Kolga, and also in open air.
The industry programme includes masterclasses, trainings, panel discussions and a pitching presentation.
The first international documentary film festival in the Caucasus CineDOC-Tbilisi is an initiative of Noosfera Foundation.
A Marriage Story (Czech Republic )Directed by Helena Třeštíková
Dream Empire (Denmark)Directed by David Borenstein
Gogita’s New Life (Georgia)Directed by Levan Koguashvili
Happy (Germany)Directed by Carolin Genreith
Hello I’m David! (Germany)Directed by Cosima Lange
La Chana (Spain)Directed by Lucija Stojevic
Normal Autistic Film (Czech Republic )Directed by Miroslav Janek
Presenting Princess Shaw (Israel)Directed by Ido Haar
Woman and the Glacier (Estonia, Lithuania )Directed by Audrius Stonys
You Have No Idea How Much I Love You (Poland)Directed by Paweł Łoziński