Dutch screenwriter Roelof Jan Minneboo working on new films in Georgia
01 April, 2019
Roelof Jan Minneboo, Dutch screenwriter has visited Georgia to co-work with the Georgian film director Giorgi Ovashvili. The screenwriter together with Giorgi Ovashvili have been working on the films “The Moon is My Father” and “beautiful Elene”.. Giorgi Ovashvili is one of the founders of the Georgian film company Wagonnet. Earlier, they had worked on the Georgian films “Corn Island” (2014) and “Khibula” (2017).

“The Wagonnet company is a new production studio with high development perspectives. I am glad to be
working with the company for the two films. Giorgi Ovashvili and I are working on the films together,” said the Dutch screenwriter.

Roelof Jan Minneboo is a historian and he is particularly interested in Georgian culture. The screenwriter emphasized the richness of the Georgian culture. He is very impressed with Georgians great hospitality. Roelof Jan Minneboo is also enchanted by Georgian temperament.

The Dutch screenwriter visited PalitraNews, a TV company in Tbilisi, Georgia. He said that the company is a group of active, creative and ambitious people. He hopes the positive and dynamic atmosphere will contribute to the company’s further success.
Roelof Jan Minneboo in Palitranews
Roelof Jan Minneboo is a member of the European Film Academy. Apart from the above-mentioned films, he worked on films such as Ukkili kamshat (The Owners, 2014), Tiantang jiaoluo (A corner of heaven, 20140, My Foolish Heart (2017), etc.

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