Capa Center – When the Earth Seems to Be Light (2015)

Within the series of the Golden Boundaries exhibition the coming week-end screening will take place at the Capa Center.

Address: District, VI., 8. Nagymező Street – Budapest.

The film is in Georgian, English subtitles.

Saturday, 5.30 p.m.  – January, 20. 2018.

The documentary “When the Earth Seems To Be Light” is about the story of Georgia’s youngsters – sketches and artists. The film follows a team of planks on the streets of Tbilisi, where, although the sun shines as brightly as California, the political situation is much more problematic – from the troubled state of the country to modernity and post-Soviet ruins a close-up of the rich world of dreams and feelings of teenagers , who are searching for non-existent places of freedom.

Directed by: David Meskhi, Tamuna Karumidze, Salome Machaidze. Producer: GOSLAB, Zazarfilm

One of the filmmakers : David Meskhin  is also shown at the Golden Boundaries exhibition.

The film is cast by Kata Oltai curator.

The screening can be attended within the admission ticket to the exhibition.

Update Aggie Reiter

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris on 17/01/2018 at 08:29

    I have missed your blogs, always very enlightening, glad to see you are back…Thanks Chris.

    Reply

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