(cinedoc-tbilisi.com) Ciné-DOC Tbilisi Documentary Film Festival – is the first international documentary festival in the South of Caucasus that focuses on creative documentary. The festival will take place from 15 – 20 October 2013 in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. The general audience will have the chance to view a variety of documentary films with a unique directing vision, an original visual style, sympathetic protagonists and powerful stories. Ciné-DOC means creative documentary at its best.
The festival will present award winning films from outside of Georgia as well as local and regional productions.
The festival contains different sections:
- The International Documentary Competition
- Focus Caucasus
- Georgian Panorama
- CinéDOC Young
The film screenings will be followed by open discussions and debates, master classes with renowned film directors, open sessions with invited international guests.
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© Ciné-DOC Tbilisi Documentary Film Festival is a project of the NOOSFERA Foundation.
We are glad to announce you, that the selection commission has completed its selection for the first edition of CinéDOC-Tbilisi. The choice was very difficult, but eleven documentaries have been selected for the international competition. All films are artistic, inspiring, daring in form and storytelling. Documentaries from France, Germany, Chile, Morocco, Russia, Jamaica, Poland, Lithuania and other countries will compete for the main award of the festival.
This is the Line-up for the International Competition:
1. Beyond Wriezen – Daniel Abma (Germany)
2. El otrodía / The other day – Ignacio Agüero (Chile)
3. Songs of Redemption – Amanda Sans & Miquel Galofre (Jamaica)
4. Linar – Nastia Tarasova (Russia)
5. Camera Woman – Karima Zoubir (Morocco)
6. Outro – Julia Panasenko (Russia)
7. Pnomh Penh Lullaby – Pawel Kloc (Poland)
8. Igrushki – Lina Luzyte (Lithuania)
9. PUSSY vs. Putin – Taisiya Krugovikh, Vasily Bogatov (Russia)
10. Taxiway – Alicia Harrison (France)
11. The Shebabs of Yarmouk – Axel Salvatori-Sinz (France)
The best recent documentaries from the Caucasus region (including neighboring countries: Russia and Turkey) will be presented in the “Focus Caucasus” competition of CinéDOC Tbilisi. Films made by experienced filmmakers, but also films directed by talented first-time directors are part of this section:
1. My Kith and Kin – directed by: Rodion Ismailov (Russia / Azerbaijan)
2. The English Teacher – directed by: Nino Orjonikidze & Vano Arsenishvili (Georgia)
3. Two sides of one horse – directed by: Tatyana Soboleva (Russia)
4. The Last Tightrope Dancer in Armenia – directed by: Arman Yeritsyan & Inna Sahakyan (Armenia)
5. Once upon another time – directed by: Alexandr Baev (Georgia)
6. Oilman – directed by: Seyran Mahmudoglu (Azerbaijan)
7. Overtime – directed by: Gürcan Keltek (Turkey)
8. Then they say he’s crazy – directed by: Amiran Dolidze (Georgia)
The Georgian Panorama is dedicated to Georgian documentaries produced during the last 25 years in Georgia.
From the independence of Georgia to the first steps as a young democracy, every single period will be reflected through films: from the early nineties until today. Filmmakers of different generations will present their work and will discuss with the audience after the screenings.
This is the section that will connect film professionals, civil society, decision makers and the general audience.
In the format of round table meetings and post-screening discussions, this section will frontline strong and weak points of Georgian film industry. Georgian directors, in turn, will get the feedback from internationally renowned invited experts.
CINÉ DOC YOUNG
At CinéDOC Young we will screen films dealing with topics important for the development youngsters: from films about children to films on ecology issues, democracy, human rights, gender issues, etc.
Before the festival, the CinéDoc team will run a campaign in schools, where they will present the topics of the films screened in the framework of CinéDoc Young. As an ‘assignment’ pupils will do an artwork or write an essay about specific issues. Their materials will be exhibited at the festival venue.
For CinéDOC Young we intend to cooperate with schools and school teachers. Each morning two different school classes will attend the screenings together with their teachers. The discussions after the screenings will be moderated by children psychologists, teachers and young civil society activists.
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