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Wiesbaden Film Festival: One Georgian film and two film projects won the main prizes Featured

Wiesbaden Film Festival: One Georgian film and two film projects won the main prizes

Wiesbaden Film Festival 2013 GOGO EAST (April, 10-16) was successfully completed for the Georgian Cinema. The film of Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross, "Long sunny days" won the main prize of the festival.

 

According to the Georgian National Film Center, the monetary reward was 10,000 Euros. This is another success of the film after the Berlinale Film and Hong Kong Festival. The picture describes the teenage life against the background of heavy 90s.

 

At the festival were also won Georgian film projects that have been nominated in the 2013 program of the Robert Bosch fund - the prize of co-production. Were presented the project of animated film "Gino"of a young filmmaker and animator Dato Kiknavelidze, producer Lela Akiashvili and also the film project Salome Jashi, under the conditional name "Station". On the German side the producer of the project is Urte Fink. The jury recognized the Georgian projects the best. The authors of each project received from the Bosch fund 70,000 Euros.

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