The documentary film project ‘A Platform’ by Nino Orjonikidze and Vano Arsenishvili was selected for the Edinburgh Pitch 2017. This is the only documentary pitching forum in Scotland, organised every year by Scottish Documentary Film Institute. It takes place alongside with the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Independent filmmakers develop their projects and raise funds for their creative documentaries. This year’s panellists: Ewan Angus (BBC Scotland, UK), Vesna Cudic (MetFilm, UK), Jan Daae…
Documentary film project ‘A Platform’ by Nino Orjonikidze and Vano Arsenishvili is selected for Dok Leipzig Co-Pro Market 2016. In total 230 documentary film projects were submitted to this year market. The final selection was done by Erik Winker (CORSO Film- und Fernsehproduktion, Germany), Kathryn Bonnici (Java Films, France) and Simon Kilmurry (IDA, USA). DOK CO-PRO MARKET SELECTION 2016
Our documentary film project “A platform’ has won the ‘The Best Pitch’ award at the ‘Pitch.Doc’ – pitching forum that took place in the framework of CineDoc Tbilisi 2015.
New Multimedia Project by Artefact Production http://sakhli.artefact.ge/
Artefact production has produced a new TV documentary “A Journey to Leuville” for Georgian Broadcasting company IMEDI TV. The film follows the writer Lasha Bugadze on his journey to discover the real story and nowadays reality of the Georgian Chateau in Leuville-sur-Orge, France, where Georgian government in exile used to live from 1924.
Artefact Production created a new teaser for Audio Visual and Media Arts program at GIPA – Caucasus school of Journalism and Media Management.
English teacher has received the main award of the CineDoc-Tbilisi Focus Caucasus program. CineDoc is the First International Documentary festival in Caucasus, which took place in Tbilisi from 15 to 20 of October, 2013.
‘English teacher’ was screened at the 13th Tbilisi International film festival in the section “Georgian Panorama.”
“Mission impossible 2″ and ” Puppets are laughing” – the art critic David Bukhrikidze and the writer Zaza Burchuladze about the film “English teacher”.
Join us to find out more about the doc filmmaking scene in Georgia, Armenia and Ukraine. Three panellists will give us an overview of the main challenges and opportunities for the sector in this region.
Documentary film project “English teacher” has won the Georgian National Film Centre (GNFC) subsidy. 29 documentary film projects were participating in the contest. The Jury has awarded 7 projects. “English teacher” has received the highest score – 135 points. The other winner projects include “See you in Chechnya”, “Madona”, “Ramaz Chkhikvadze” , “Library” etc.