03/10/2021
film screening and discussion

Georgian Film Evening

  • Set of Georgian animated films:
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    • Raven
      • [Korani], directed by David Takaishvili, Georgia 1981, 13
        • A film about the forces of evil that, used as a weapon against another human being, inevitably lead to self-destruction.
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    • Expectation
      • [Molodoni], directed by David Takaishvili, Georgia 1991, 17
        • A moving image of an infinite craving for love. A story about people who, regardless of the global cataclysms and everyday struggles, are tirelessly searching for intimacy. 
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    • The Youth and the Leopard
      • [Vefxvi da mokme], directed by Mariam Kandelaki, Georgia 2014, 12
        • A philosophical morality play about sin, penance and exoneration.
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    • Abandoned Village
      • [Mitovebuli Sofeli], directed by Mariam Kapanadze, Georgia 2020, 14
        • A metaphor of the fate of the human who, born of love, can only find strength and the sense of their existence in love.
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  • Full-length film:
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    • Shindisi
      • ​​​​​​​directed by Dito Tsintsadze, Georgia 2019, 105
        • The plot is based on real events that took place during the Russian military intervention in Georgia in 2008. Shindisi is a village near Tbilisi where the Russian occupation forces are besieging Georgian troops. Despite the creation of a humanitarian corridor and against the rules, the Russians are opening fire insidiously. The villagers take the risk to save wounded soldiers. The film asks questions about the sources of inner strength that motivates people to act in a moment of trial and reflects upon the essence of bearing later called heroism. 
  • Tickets
    • 16 zł regular
    • 14 zł reduced
    • 10 zł for visitor card holders
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  • Cover photo: film still from The Youth and The Leopard directed by Mariam Kandelaki.
03/10/2021
16:00
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