TBILISI: The Tbilisi IFF will open on 1 December with a screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s early work Blackmail. The festival will show six new domestic films in its Georgian Pamorama section.
The festival’s industry focus will have a two-day coproduction workshop for emerging filmmakers from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia on 7 and 8 December. The festival sections include a country focus on the United Kingdom and a European Forum.
The films screening in the Georgian Panorama are:
A PigDirected by Giga LiklikadzeProduced by Sarke StudioSupported by the Georgian National Film Center
Negative Numbers (Georgia, France, Italy)Directed by Uta BeriaProduced by Magnet films (Georgia), Alief (Georgia)Coproduced by Wide Management (France) and 39Films (Italy)Supported by the Georgian National Film Center and Eurimages
The Golden ThreadDirected by Lana GhoghoberidzeProduced by 3003 Film ProductionCoproduced by Manuel Cam
CometsDirected by Tamar ShavgulidzeProduced by Nushi FilmCoproduced by Jaga GripSupported by the Georgian National Film Center
Inhale-ExhaleDirected by Dito TsintsadzeProduced by Cinetech Film Production, Viva Films, HOB AB
The Criminal Man (Georgia, Russia)Directed by Dmitry MamuliyaProduced by Millimeter Film (Georgia)