The upcoming Banff mountain film festival, organized by the non-governmental organization “Transcaucasian Trail,” promises to be an exhilarating event. Scheduled for October 21, it aims to unite mountain aficionados from across the Caucasus at Amirani cinema.
Attendees can look forward to lineup of fantastic films, the chance participate in a raffle, receive gifts, and join in various other captivating mountain-related activities.
Rima Beridze, the grants manager of the organization, shared these exciting details during her visit to Women’s Narrative.
“Hundreds of films enter the competition each year, and each fall only 80 are selected to be presented at the week-long Banff festival.” We present a pre-selected two-hour program from these best films in Tbilisi. The films will be presented with Georgian subtitles,” Beridze said.
Each ticket for the event is priced at 32 GEL, covering both admission to the cinema and one raffle ticket. The funds generated from this event will be directed towards the advancement of the ambitious long-term Transcaucasian Trail project in Georgia. This remarkable initiative is dedicated to establishing a trail along the majestic Caucasus range, linking three nations: Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia. It is a significant endeavor that promises to promote unity and exploration across borders.