Tbilisi Intermedia's 12 Best Georgian Movies of All Timeby mymovieslists | created - 21 Sep 2012 | updated - 21 Sep 2012 | Public
85 min | Comedy, Drama
Gia is a carefree young percussionist who works at a theater in Tbilisi, capital of Georgia. He lives in a small apartment with his mother. Gia spends his days flitting from friend to ... See full summary »
3. Salt for Svanetia (1930)
TV-14 | 55 min | Documentary
Story of distant mountainous region in Georgia that depicts folklore, lifestyle and daily routines of Svani people, focuses on the scarcity of salt in Svaneti region. Rich with documentary ... See full summary »
Director: Mikhail Kalatozov
4. My Grandmother (1929)
Not Rated | 65 min | Comedy, Drama
The protagonist, a lazy pen-pusher, gets the sack for his bureaucratic idleness, and learns that the way back into the job market depends on getting a letter of recommendation from a "grandmother".
5. Arachveulebrivi gamopena (1968)
94 min | Drama, Romance, War
Back from the war, a promising sculptor Aguli gets married and while in the need to make for living becomes stuck in daily routine. Thus, he fails to create something special, but his apprentice is a new hope.
6. Didi mtsvane veli (1967)
85 min | Drama, Family, Romance
When useful minerals are found in the valley, the herders are required to move. One of them, Sosana, can not cope with industrialization and is alienated from everybody, even his own family.
7. Vedreba (1967)
72 min | Drama
Brave sons of Khevsureti and Kisteti fight against each to protect their homelands. But, they confront faulty domestic traditions to respect enemy's true prowess and find themselves in conflict with own compatriots.
8. Giorgobistve (1966)
91 min | Drama, Romance
A young idealist takes a job at a local state run winery only to discover and become disillusioned by the corruption of the Soviet State.
14. Tsisperi mtebi anu daujerebeli ambavi (1983)
97 min | Comedy, Drama
An author - a passive young man - enters the Soviet-controlled bureaucracy of Georgia attempting to get his novel published only to be neglected and compartmentalized at every turn.