Cinema of georgia

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History of Georgia

The cinema of Georgia has been noted for its cinematography in Europe. One of the most acclaimed Italian film directors, Federico Fellini, was an admirer of the Georgian film:

Georgian cinematography’s reputation has been built by known cinema directors and choreographers such as:

From 2012, the main focus of Georgian cinema will be supporting script writing and European co-productions.[1]

See also


  • Lauren Ninoshvili, Ph.D.: Singing between the Words: The Poetics of Georgian Polyphony', New York: Columbia University, 2011, ISBN 978-1-124-33459-2


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