Window On Georgian Animation_2019


Sitting on the eastern shore of the Black Sea and sharing borders with Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia, Georgia possesses a rich cultural history and an abundance of sombre inspirations anchored in its geo-polity. This program will carefully blend stunning early classics with the absorbing and challenging work of contemporary animators.

Petre Tomadze
Georgia, 6’50, 2018
High noon in the local cemetery and the grave digger is falling for the recent widow.

Fisherman And The Girl
Mamuka Tkeshelashvili
Georgia, 15’00, 2018
A young girl’s imagination builds on the amazing stories her fisherman father shares with her at the end of each day.

A Cup Of Tea In The Rainy Weather
Petre Tomadze
Georgia, 2’00, 2018
There’s just nothing like a cup of tea when you really need it.

Sandro Katamashvili
Georgia, 1050, 2013
Toiling at her sewing machine Granny is working hard to sew an endless piece of cloth.

The Pocket Man
Ana Chubinidze
Georgia, 7’30, 2016
An utterly charming tale about a tiny man who befriends a blind man when he jumps into his pocket.

Dato Kiknavelidze
Georgia, 4’45, 2017
A film rich in the chained symbolism of a nation that has long sought – and fought for – simple freedom.

Natia Nikolashvili
Georgia, 9’45, 2017
In the magic forest it is dark and cold; the fog so thick that not a single ray of sunlight shines through. And yet….


Jul 14 2019


5:30 pm – 6:50 pm

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Treasury Theatre
Lower Plaza, 1 Macarthur St, Melbourne VIC 3000