Georgian Film Week in Strasbourg

    "Chantrapas" by Otar Iosseliani opens the Georgian Film Week in Strasbourg "Chantrapas" by Otar Iosseliani opens the Georgian Film Week in Strasbourg

    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 December. 

    A programme of seven new and classic Georgian films will be screened at the Odisse movie theater.

    Each evening the screening will be accompanied by a discussion with Georgian film directors and the representatives of Georgian National Film Center.

    The program consists of the following films:

    Chantrapas – Otar Iosseliani 2010 (opening film)   
    Giorgobistve – Otar Iosseliani 1966  
    Blue Mountains - Eldar Shengelaya 1983
    The Other Side-  Giorgi Ovashvili 2009
    Keto and Kote - Vakhtang Tabliashvili, Shalva Gedevanishvili 1948
    My Grandmother – Kote Mikaberidze 1929
    Street days – Levan Koghuashvili 2010  

    The members of the Georgian delegation are:
    Otar Iosseliani - director;
    Eldar Shengelaya - director;
    Giorgi Ovashvili - director;
    Tamar Tatishvili - Director of Georgian National Film Center;
    Davit Vashadze – Head of Exports and Distribution Department of GNFC;
    Keti Danelia – GNFC Exports and Distribution Manager.