Join us on a trip to the Near East, to the Caucasus, to Tbilisi, Georgia! The 7th edition of CinéDOC-Tbilisi, the main documentary festival in the area, will be launched there on May 8. The Focus Caucasus section presents films from the region. Watch a collection of 4+1 films from Georgia and Azerbaijan!
The busy Didube train and bus station has something as improbable as a veterinary office. Dr. Niko has been running it for 20 years, however, in the past years, his customer base has dropped and he will have to move out. Watch the winner of the Focus Caucasus Award! A building as a metaphor of the history of one country: Pirimze was built in the 1970s as a shop window of socialism, however, it started dilapidating… In The Ruler, director Shalva Shengheli captures the paradox of post-communism: Stalin’s statue was raised in the monastery garden of a little village. Should it be removed or should it stay there? My Kith and Kin follows little Lolita who has a Russian mother and an Azerbaijani father. Through her eyes, we can see the first encounter with her father’s culture on her first journey to his homeland.
About the festival: CinéDOC-Tbilisi is the main international documentary film festival in the Caucasus. Its 7th edition will be held in 2019. The competition section Focus Caucasus highlights the best recent documentaries from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. The CinéDOC-Young section presents films for young audiences. The festival organizes 120 screenings yearlong within CinéDOC-On Tour. The screenings take place in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.
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