The National Archives of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia Calls for Film Submissions for the Tbilisi International Archival Film Festival
The Tbilisi International Archival Film Festival will be held for the first time on October 5-9, 2022, organized by the National Archives of Georgia.
The venue of the festival will be the cinema hall of the National Archives of Georgia (address: 1 Vazha-Pshavela Avenue. Tbilisi, Georgia 0160)
The theme of 2022 festival is – The First Archival Films.
Respectively, the oldest film documents preserved in the archival, museum and other institutions of Georgia and foreign countries – a single film or a film program (documentary, fiction, animation, newsreel, etc.) – are eligible to participate. The theme of the festival will change annually.
Maximum timing – 1 hour.
Organizations participating in the festival will also be able to hold presentations (maximum 15 minutes).
These willing to participate in the Tbilisi International Archival Film Festival should send the entries and the requested material via e-mail: TIAFF@archives.gov.ge or in a material form (HDD, BlyRay, Flash Drive) to the address: 1 Vazha-Pshavela Avenue. Tbilisi, Georgia 0160.
The deadline for submission of entry and the material: July 1, 2022
For additional information contact us at the festival's email address: TIAFF@archives.gov.ge or call:
(+995) 577340576 Giorgi Kakabadze - Director of the Central Archive of Audio-Visual and Film Archive;
(+995) 577340570 Sophia Jobava – Head of the Division of Public and International Relations.
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