Georgian Film

Favourites of the Moon is a vertiginous comedy on love and crime in 1980s Paris | Film of the Week

Favourites of the Moon is a vertiginous comedy on love and crime in 1980s Paris | Film of the Week

Elene Naveriani's film Wet Sand unearths Georgian society’s deeply-buried secrets

Elene Naveriani’s film Wet Sand unearths Georgian society’s deeply-buried secrets

Lana Gogoberidze: the feminist filmmaker at the centre of a Georgian cinematic dynasty

Lana Gogoberidze: the feminist filmmaker at the centre of a Georgian cinematic dynasty

Set against the backdrop of war, Tangerines is a bittersweet exploration of war and the hope of atonement | Film of the Week

Set against the backdrop of war, Tangerines is a bittersweet exploration of war and the hope of atonement | Film of the Week

5 films from Georgia you won’t want to miss

5 films from Georgia you won’t want to miss

When 3 childhood friends take a road trip around Georgia, failed dreams and unbreakable bonds arise

When 3 childhood friends take a road trip around Georgia, failed dreams and unbreakable bonds arise

International Arthouse Film Festival opens online and in Batumi

International Arthouse Film Festival opens online and in Batumi

3 documentaries not to miss at Tbilisi’s online International Documentary Film Festival

3 documentaries not to miss at Tbilisi’s online International Documentary Film Festival

Cinema from the south Caucasus: the best contemporary films available to watch online

Cinema from the south Caucasus: the best contemporary films available to watch online

Join a live Q&A with Georgian filmmaker Levan Akin on 2 April

Join a live Q&A with Georgian filmmaker Levan Akin on 2 April

‘Take away our chance to work and it's the equivalent of dying’: remembering Giorgi Shengelaia, Georgia’s genius cinema autuer

‘Take away our chance to work and it’s the equivalent of dying’: remembering Giorgi Shengelaia, Georgia’s genius cinema autuer

Right-wing Georgian protesters descend on the premiere of Sweden's queer Oscar entry And Then We Danced

Right-wing Georgian protesters descend on the premiere of Sweden’s queer Oscar entry And Then We Danced

‘I couldn’t have made this film if I lived in Georgia.’ The queer love story inspired by traditional dance

‘I couldn’t have made this film if I lived in Georgia.’ The queer love story inspired by traditional dance

Off the wall: discover Georgia’s lost cinematic legacy through these rare film posters

Off the wall: discover Georgia’s lost cinematic legacy through these rare film posters

Mother country: meet the women at the forefront of new Georgian cinema

Mother country: meet the women at the forefront of new Georgian cinema

Shooting stars: the New East actors you need to know in 2018

Shooting stars: the New East actors you need to know in 2018

David Lynch to open cinema institute in Tbilisi

David Lynch to open cinema institute in Tbilisi

New Georgian cinema: discover a fresh generation of filmmakers reviving a national tradition

New Georgian cinema: discover a fresh generation of filmmakers reviving a national tradition