A retrospective of restored Georgian films - "Georgian Cinema of the 60s" - opened at the Cinema Hall of the National Archives of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia on May 27 with the feature film "Magdana Blue".
Distinctive works of digitally restored Georgian film classics will be presented at the film screenings organized by the Georgian National Film Center and the National Archives of Georgia, which will continue until June 19.
As part of the retrospective, the viewer will see feature films: Lana Ghoghoberidze's "Transfiguration", Eldar Shengelaia and Tamaz Meliava's "White Caravan", Otar Ioseliani's "For St. George", Giorgi Shengelaia's "Alaverdoba" and "Pirosmani", Alexander I Rekhvia19 Mchedlidze's "First Swallow", Eldar Shengelaia's "Shrekilebi", Merab Kokochashvili's "Big, Green Valley" and Rezo Esadze's "Love at First Sight". Tengiz Abuladze's "Repentance" will close the retrospective.
The films have been restored in cooperation with the Georgian National Film Center and the National Archives. Attendance at film screenings is free