Georgia Selects "A Long Break" as Oscar Candidate
Data Firtskhalava's "A Long Break" has been selected as Georgia’s candidate for the Oscars. The decision was made by a 12-person jury.
Archaeologists Revealed a Human Tooth Dating back 1.8 Million Years in Dmanisi
Archaeologists found stone tools made by the oldest inhabitants of Eurasia, dating back 1.8 million years, in Dmanisi.
Demna's First-Ever Fragrance is On Its Way
Georgian fashion designer Demna Gvasalia is planning to release his first fragrances.
Dispute Between Nona Gaprindashvili and Netflix Ended with Agreement
Nona Gaprindashvili's dispute with Netflix ended with an agreement. It should be noted that the terms of the agreement are not public.
Georgia Presents its National Stand for the First Time at the Athens International Book Fair
On September 2-18, with the support and organization of the Writers’ House and the Embassy of Georgia in Greece, Georgia will present its national stand and literary program for the first time.
Tsinandli Festival Returns with Pan-Caucasian Youth Orchestra
In the 2022 season, Tsinandali Festival promises unforgettable concerts for classical music lovers, which will be held on September 2-11.
Georgia is Hosting EuroBasket for the First Time
Georgia is hosting EuroBasket, the main international basketball competition, for the first time.
Modern Art on Post-Soviet Architecture - Tbilisi is Hosting Mural Festival
Tbilisi Mural Festival is in its active phase. The goal of the festival is to turn the city into an exhibition space and leave a mark of modern art on post-Soviet architecture.
Tbilisi Tower Lit Up in the Colors of Ukrainian Flag
On the occasion of the Independence Day of Ukraine, the tower of Tbilisi was lit up in the colors of the national flag of Ukraine.