Georgia: EU Film festival to explore turning points in people’s life

Georgia: EU Film festival to explore turning points in people’s life

The FINANCIAL -- The European Union Delegation to Georgia together with the Embassies of the EU Member States is organising the 4th EU Film Festival in Georgia between 9 and 18 March 2016.

Apart from the country’s capital Tbilisi, the festival will also be held in Rustavi, Bolnisi, Kutaisi and Mestia. This year the festival features 17 films spanning 72 years of European cinema. All have been specially selected to address the theme "Turning Points", exploring the importance of decisions in our personal, social and political lives.

According to the festival announcement, all films will be shown in their original language with Georgian subtitles. Entrance to all screenings is free, on a first come first serve basis.  Detailed screening times and descriptions about the movies can be found on the festival’s official web-site or on the Facebook page of the EU Delegation to Georgia.

As reported earlier by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre, the EU Delegation to Georgia has announced a film poster contest ahead of the festival. Georgian designers are invited to create posters for the participating films and submit them to organisers before 20 March 2016. At least two winners of the contest will receive financial rewards, according to EU Neighbourhood Info.