PRODUCTION: Georgian German Coproduction The Dazzling Light Of Sunset in Postproduction

    The Station, dir. Salomé Jashi The Station, dir. Salomé Jashi

    TBILISI: Salomé Jashi is in postproduction with The Station, a 90-minute documentary about the sole journalist of Jikha TV, a two-man broadcasting station in a small Georgian town.

    She travels around the town in search of news, quietly unveiling the aspirations of the locals. The film is a mosaic, made up of various components, which are united by the TV and the circumstances related to being a performer. Salomé Jashi is also the DoP and is producing through Georgia's Sakdoc Film in coproduction with Urte Fink and Gregor Streiber through Germany's Inselfilm Produktion.

    Jashi told FNE that the project is supported by Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Georgian National Film Center (GNFC), the US Embassy in Georgia, MDR/Arte (La Lucarne) and YLE, but preferred not to disclose the budget. The project participated recently at Docu Talents from the East during Karlovy Vary IFF (KVIFF). Shooting took place for four months in June-July 2015. The film is expected to be completed by February 2016.

    Salomé Jashi is a documentary filmmaker from Georgia, currently based in Berlin. Her latest film, Bakhmaro (2011) received an Honorary Mention for a Young Documentary Talent at DOK Leipzig.

    Production Information

    Sakdoc Film
    24g Khazbegi Ave. Hall 5, F151, Tbilisi 0160, Georgia
    Phone +995 593 323 929; +995 577 443 272
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    Director: Salomé Jashi
    Scriptwriter: Salomé Jashi
    DoP: Salomé Jashi