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STRASBOURG: The Georgian National Film Centre ( continues to spearhead the integration of Georgian film into the European arthouse mainstream with its latest venture, a Georgian film in Strasbourg 16-22…
TBILISI: Polish director Slawomir Fabicki took home the Golden Prometheus, the top award of the international competition, at the 13th Tbilisi International Film Festival ( for his film Loving. Georgian…
TBILISI: The 13th edition of the Georgia's Tbilisi International Film Festival ( kicked off last night (3 December 2012) with a screening of Istvan Szabo’s The Door, with the Oscar…
BRATISLAVA: Georgian cinema continues to reach beyond its borders with the first ever Days of Georgian Cinema, wrapping today in Bratislava after four days of screening seven Georgian films in…
TBILISI: The Sarajevo Film Festival has opened its doors to Georgian filmmakers who are now able to participate in all industry programmes of the biggest annual event in South East…
TBILISI: Dzma, a coproduction from Georgia and France has started filming in Tbilisi.
JIHLAVA: Georgian director/producer Alexander Kvatashidze is in production with a feature documentary on war correspondents. The film will be a Georgian-Dutch-Estonian-French coproduction.
BATUMI: Agnieszka Holland's Oscar nominated In Darkness won the main award at the 7th Batumi International Art-House Film Festival (
BATUMI: The Batumi International Art-house Film Festival (BIAFF, will host a documentary workshop in partnership with Postcode Films (
BATUMI, GEORGIA: Batumi art house "Argani"/BIAFF International Film Festival ( launched the BIAFF summer film school on script development in Batumi on 28 July 2012, running through 3 August, 2012.
TIBLISI: The Georgian National Film Center ( selected five projects which will receive script development grants of 5000 GEL (2,500 EUR).
TBILISI: Georgia's European Film Promotion 2012 Producer on the Move Vladimer Katcharava says film production "is adrenalin, it's like being in a war," because "things might change in a minute.…
TIBLISI: The Georgian National Film Center (GNFC, has announced a call for applications for the national competition on financing short feature films for production in 2012.
TIBLISI: The Georgian National Film Center ( and EAVE have announced a call for applications for developing Georgian film projects and scripts.
Seven short and full-length documentary projects will receive funding from the Georgian National Film Center.
{mosimage}TIBLISI: The Georgian National Film Center ( announced 400,000 euros in financing for three full-length feature films in 2012.

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