Retrospective of Georgian Films in Brussels

Brussels’ Contemporary Art Center 'Bozar' will host a retrospective of Georgian films on January 22-26. The event is organized within the framework of the festival ‘Bridges. East of West Film Days,’ the National Film Center reports.

Georgian films will be presented in Brussels within the following program.

January 23 - Dimitri Mamulia's "Criminal Man";

January 23 - Georgian Short Film Program - Davit Pirtskhalava's ‘Father,’ Dea Kulumbegashvili's ‘Lethe,’ George Sikharulidze's ‘Fatherland’ and ‘Animal’ by Amiran Dolidze;

January 25 - Nino Orjonikidze and Vano Arsenishvili's documentary ‘Tunnel’;

January 25 - Uta Beria's ‘Negative Numbers’;

January 26 – ‘Shindisi’ by Dimitri Tsintsadze;

In addition to film screenings, industry meetings will be held in Brussels, where young directors - Elena Mikaberidze and George Sikharulidze will present their first feature films.

Apart from Georgia, the festival is to be attended by filmmakers from Ukraine, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova and Belarus.

By Mariam Merabishvili

Source: National film Center

16 January 2020 18:02