Culture
01 October, 2014
01 October, 2014
"The story of Georgian cinema stretches back more than a century and is filled with remarkable achievements, from silent films featuring stunning landscapes and dynamic editing
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26 September, 2014
26 September, 2014
“The President” – such is the title of a new movie by Mohsen Makhmalbaf, an Iranian director. Despite the director being Iranian, he decided to shoot his movie
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25 September, 2014
25 September, 2014
Tsuna and Tsrutsuna

If the most famous mouse in the world is Mickey Mouse, here in Georgia
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25 September, 2014
25 September, 2014
On September 20th, a living legend of Italian cinema and theater, a proud winner of an Oscar Award, often acknowledged worldwide as the best actress in Italian motion pictures
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23 September, 2014
23 September, 2014
Zemfira, who doesn't often hold concerts in Russia's capital, held a solo one a few days ago, at "Strelka" bar in Moscow.
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23 September, 2014
23 September, 2014
Georgian actors Giorgi Nakashidze, Mikheil Meskhi and a Georgian-born actress Tinatin Dalakishvili were awarded at the Eurasia Film Festival, which was held in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
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22 September, 2014
22 September, 2014
The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive joins forces with The Museum of Modern Art’s Department of Film to present the largest-ever retrospective of Georgian cinema in the United States.
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20 September, 2014
20 September, 2014
The New York Times reports about Georgian movies in the article titled “Independent Nation With Films to Match”.
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20 September, 2014
20 September, 2014
A premiere of a docudrama “Who killed Ilia” was held at “Amirani” movie theatre. The movie was shot using the archives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and tells about murder of famous Georgian writer Ilia Chavchavadze and his last journey to Saguramo.
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