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DirectorTato Kotetishvili
ProducerAnna Dziapshipa – Sakdoc Film
WriterNikoloz Mdivani, Tato Kotetishvili
CastMurad Ispirian, Anuka Zedginidze
EditorTato Kotetishvili
CameraTato Kotetishvili
ScreeningTh. 10 Nov. 17:00 hrs.
Fr. 11 Nov. 15:00 hrs.
Length8 min

Beautifully constructed tale of love, death and stop-motion.


Murat and Masha decide to get married, but their romantic decision will unleash a humorous series of unbelievable and sad stories. Vakhtang (Tato) Kotetishvili being photographer and director, pays special attention to the visual language in his work. He also worked as a cameraman on films of other directors and later as a filmmaker and director of photography of his own short films.

Prachtig geconstrueerd verhaal over liefde, dood en stop-motion.


Murat en Masha besluiten om te trouwen. Hun romantische beslissing ontketent een humoristische reeks ongelooflijk en trieste verhalen. Vakhtang (Tato) Kotetishvili, fotograaf en regisseur, besteedt bijzondere aandacht aan de beeldtaal in zijn werk. Hij werkte ook als cameraman voor films van andere regisseurs en later als een filmmaker en cameraregisseur van zijn eigen korte films.


International Film Festival Rotterdam, 2016
CinéDoc Tbilisi, 2015
London Georgian Film Festival, 2015