Culture

Main Stage of the Digitization-Publication of the First Georgian Opera "Darejan Tsbieri" Completed

Recently, a project of historical significance for Georgian classical music and culture in general, the main stage of digitization-publication of the first Georgian opera "Darejan Tsbieri" has been completed. 

The Other Me Premieres on Feb 17- Produced by David Lynch, Directed by Giga Agladze

The surrealist drama, written and directed by Giga Agladze and produced by David Lynch, will be released in Georgian cinemas on February 17. 

Posters of Giorgi Maghradze were Placed on the IMDb Page of Love, Death & Robots

Posters created by Giorgi Maghradze, the same as Artman, were posted on the official IMDb page of the popular and featured TV series Love, Death & Robots.

Tbilisi International Festival of Archival Films to Hold for the First Time

The National Archive of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia will host the Tbilisi International Festival of Archival Films for the first time.

The First International Recognition of Irma Sharikadze's Short Documentary

Irma Sharikadze's documentary “Ajarian Bride's Treasure” won the nomination of "Best Short Documentary" at the Film Festival of Paris. 

Mziuri Skate Park Nominated for ArchDaily 2022 Building Award

It was recently announced that a project created in collaboration with Davit Giorgadze and Maxime Machaidze, Mziuri Skate Park and Parkour Park have been nominated for the ArchDaily 2022 Building Awards.

Google Arts & Culture Added Georgian Manuscripts Preserved in the National Archives 

The oldest Georgian manuscripts preserved in the National Archives of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia and included in the UNESCO World Memory Register have been placed on Google Arts & Culture.

Covid Passes Are no Longer Mandatory in Georgia

Mandatory Covid passports have been scrapped in Georgia. 

Georgian Film Festival Opened in Tokyo

As part of the events dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Georgia and Japan, a Georgian film festival opened in one of the oldest cinemas in Tokyo, Iwanami Hall.