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December 14, 2015

“Days of Georgian cinema” in Uzbekistan 


Fr om December 18 to 20, 2015, in Tashkent will be held “Days of Georgian cinema”. This announcement was made in the course of press conference held in Republican Cinema House.

The three-day cinematic marathon is organized by the Embassy of the Republic of Georgia in our country, together with the National Agency “Uzbekkino”.

At the opening ceremony invited such famous Georgian actors as Baadur Tsuladze, Zurab Kipshidze, Georgiy Nakashidze and Gudja Burduli.

The festival will also feature a photo exhibition which demonstrates the history of Georgian cinema.

At the end of the press conference, the correspondent of Jahon I.A. talked to the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Georgia to Uzbekistan Konstantin Jgenti about the upcoming event:

– In my opinion, the strengthening of cultural ties is one of the important directions in the development of cooperation between countries, as it promotes understanding and rapprochement between peoples. In this area we have gained a positive experience, which should be expanded in the future. In particular, we are happy to look at Georgia Uzbek movies and hopefully in the near future will be able to carry out similar “Days of Uzbek cinema” with us.

I would like to stay at the selected pictures to display. We have tried to select eight different genre, time and work styles of famous artists of the Georgian cinema. As a result, I am convinced that every film finds its audience here.

I would also like to emphasize the progressive development of Uzbek-Georgian relations. In addition to expanding cultural ties we have a very effective cooperation in the economic sphere. This is indicated by figures of mutual trade has tripled over the past few years. In my opinion, this is not the lim it and we have very good prospects. And the upcoming cinematic festival will be another step towards the all-round intensification of our cooperation.

Demonstration of Georgian films will be held at the House of Cinema on the following schedule:

December 18th

– 18:00 – “Keto and Kote” (dir. B. Tabliashvili and Gedevanishvili Sh);

– 21:00 – “The first swallow” (dir. N. Mchedlidze);

December 19th

– 12:00 – “Autumn Sun” (dir. T. Palavandishvili);

– 15:00 – “Melodies of the Vera Quarter” (dir. G. Shengelia);

– 18:00 – “The Sun of the Sleepless” (dir.T. Babluani);

20th of December

– 12:00 – “The Lonely Hunter” (dir. K. Dolidze);

– 15:00 – “Georgian Short Films”;

– 18:00 – “1001 recipe of enamored cook” – (dir. N. Jorjadze);

Admission is free.