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TBILISI: The young Georgian director and producer Zaza Rusadze (born in 1977) has plenty of projects in the pipeline. 
PRAGUE: Georgia will present five projects at the 2013 edition of Open Doors coproduction lab taking place 10-13 August at the Locarno film festival.
WISEBADEN: In Bloom, a Georgian/German/French coproduction directed by Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross, won the 10,000 EUR Best Film prize at 13th edition of goEast (10-16 April 2013), which attracted…
TBILISI: Film director Nana Janelidze was appointed as Director of the Georgian National Film Center on 25 March 2013 by the Georgian Minister of Culture and Monuments Protection based on…
TBILISI: Tamara Tatishvili left her her position as Director of the Georgian National Film Center on 25 February 2013 upon the completion of her three year term.
BERLIN: In Bloom, a debut by Georgian scriptwriter and director Nana Ekvtimishvili and co-directed by German Simon Gross, is another Georgian flower that has bloomed from the carefully nurtured garden…
Information Courtesy of Georgian National Film Centre BERLIN: Georgia participates in several sections of the 63rd Film Festival in Berlin. Zaza Rusadze’s feature debut A Fold in My Blanket participates…
BERLIN: Georgian director Zaza Rusadze’s A Fold in My Blanket opened the Panorama section of the Berlinale with one of the new crop of interesting films now coming out of…
TBILISI: Epic, a UK/German/Russian/Georgian coproduction directed by Ben Hopkins, began principal photography in Tbilisi in late January.
The Georgian documentary "The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear" will screen in the World Cinema Documentary Competition at the Sundance IFF.
A Fold in My Blanket, the feature film debut of Georgian film director Zaza Rusadze, will have its world premiere at the 63rd Berlinale (7-17 February 2013) where it will…
STRASBOURG: The Georgian National Film Centre (www.gnfc.ge) 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 (www.tbilisifilmfestival.ge) for his film Loving. Georgian…
TBILISI: The 13th edition of the Georgia's Tbilisi International Film Festival (www.tbilisifilmfestival.ge) 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 (www.biaff.org).
BATUMI: The Batumi International Art-house Film Festival (BIAFF, www.biaff.org) will host a documentary workshop in partnership with Postcode Films (www.postcodefilms.com).

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