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British viewers to see classic of Georgian cinema2010-09-03 19:59
"Life Through Cinema" festival will be held in London from September 23rd to 26th.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Premieres of three Georgian movies will be held in the framework of the event. Films, shot in first decades of the 20th century will also be shown.
In particular, British viewers will be able to watch Travel of Georgian Poet Akaki Tsereteli to Racha-Lechkhumi film shot by Vasiliy Amashukeli in 1912.
Films, considered classic of the Georgian cinema, are also included in the program: Pirosmani by Georgi Shengelaya, Wish Tree by Tengiz Abuladze.
The organizer of the festival is the British Georgian Society.