Conversations And Discussions

have the expected Q&A’s, but extended talks and public discussions that cover many interesting issues of filmmaking and social policy, with a participation of film directors, protagonists, different organizations and activists to con-verse the themes in an engaging manner with an audience. Between the most interesting events are: talk about being a protagonist, urban policy, religion and magic, employment and labor rights, conflict and more.

Detailed timetable is available in the program.

 

B2B DOC – PRODUCERS MEET PRODUCERS EVENT

About ten documentary producers from Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are visiting the festival for the ‘producers meet producers’ event. They are experienced in co-productions, they know the European market and they are looking for stories from the post-Soviet countries. In Tbilisi, they are meeting about 10-15 pro-ducers from Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and Armenia, who have potentially strong stories for international co-production and distribution.

 

GEORGIAN PUBLIC BROADCASTER PRESENTS

In a special screening, the audience will have the chance to get an insight into the latest productions of the documentary film studio that is a part of the Georgian Public Broadcaster.

The presentation will be followed by the screening of one of the most interesting creative documentaries recently broadcast on this channel: “Vienna, Passion Week” (directed by talented filmmaker Natia Arabuli-Weger), a film that explores the Georgian community living in Vienna, trapped between nostalgia and integration into a different society.

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