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Nana Dzhordzhadze

Nana was born in Tblisi, Georgia, then part of the Soviet Union. She studied architecture in her home town and was an architect from 1968 to 1973. From 1974, she drew closer to the movie world and studied cinema at the Tbilisi film school. She did several jobs on the set (costumer, set designer, actress) but what she favored was film direction and... See full bio »

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27 Missing Kisses
A Chef in Love
A Chef in Love Director
The Rainbowmaker
The Rainbowmaker Director


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 2016 Prime Meridian of Wine Géorgie (Documentary)
 2004 Tolko ty... (TV Mini-Series)
 2003 Der Briefträger (Short)
 2000 27 Missing Kisses (as Nana Djordjadze)
 1996 A Chef in Love (as Nana Djordjadze)
 1993 About Georgia
 1993/II Encounters
 1984 Erosi
 1981 Momekhmaret ialbuzze asvlashi (TV Movie)
 1979 Atlant
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Show Show Actress (4 credits)
Show Show Costume designer (2 credits)
Show Show Art department (1 credit)
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Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
Show Show Self (1 credit)

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Alternate Names:

Nana Djordjadze | Nana Jorjadze

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Member of jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1992 See more »

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