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Didgori: Land of Sacrificed Knights ()


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In 1121 AD, 56,000 Georgian warriors, led by King Davit IV, battled 500,000 Seljuks on the Didgori battlefield in the Kingdom of Georgia, whose outcome would determine the fate of Jerusalem... See more »

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Elguja Burduli ...
King Davit IV 'The Builder' (as Elgudzha Burduli)
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Hugo de Payens
Mika Sakvarelidze ...
Godfrey de Saint Omer
Wil Wesley ...
Walter Gauthier
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King Baldwin II of Jerusalem
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IL Ghazi
Valeri Korshia ...
Sultan Mahmud II
Kylie Clay ...
Sophie
Gega Choquri ...
Blacksmith Shamshe
Imeda Arabuli ...
Imeda - Sacrificed Knight
David Chalatashvili ...
Nikoloz - Sacrificed Knight
Irakli Cholokashvili ...
Prince Demetre
Paata Mkheidze ...
King Davit's Guard
Levan Khurtsia ...
King Davit's Guard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Giorgi Chantladze ...
Templar Knight
Zurab Getsadze ...
Templar Knight
Zurab Javakhi ...
Templar Knight
Lile Kartveli ...
Lile (as Lile Khomasuridze)
Nino Kasradze ...
Queen Gurandukht
Ramaz Khomasuridze ...
Templar Knight
Giorgi Megrelishvili ...
Templar Knight
Vakhtang Mosidze ...
Georgian Knight
Shalva Ogbaidze ...
Templar Knight
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Georgian Girl
Irina Shengelia ...
Zizilo
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Arsen Ikaltoeli
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Templar Knight

Directed by

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Nikoloz Khomasuridze

Written by

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Nikoloz Khomasuridze ... (story and screenplay)
 
Nevin Millan ... (screenplay)
 
Zach Vest ... ()

Produced by

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Nikoloz Bartkulashvili ... executive producer
Giorgi Kavtaradze ... executive producer (as George Kavtaradze)
Nikoloz Khomasuridze ... executive producer / line producer / producer
Nevin Millan ... co-producer
Mika Sakvarelidze ... associate producer
Miguel Valadez ... co-producer

Music by

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David Porchkhidze ... (original music by)

Cinematography by

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Megan Woeppel ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Irakli Dolidze
Lasha Efremidze
Nikoloz Khomasuridze
Nevin Millan

Editorial Department

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Johnatan Visknevsky ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Nikoloz Khomasuridze

Production Design by

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Alessandro Marvelli ... co-production designer
Benjamin Sharp

Art Direction by

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Laura A. Garcia

Production Management

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Nikoloz Bartkulashvili ... production manager
Araz Mamet ... production manager (as Araz Mammadov)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Charley Hoover ... first assistant director: second unit
Zach Vest ... first assistant director

Sound Department

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Levi Blue ... boom operator
Gvaji ... sound mixer
Ryan Hutchison ... sound editor / sound mixer

Visual Effects by

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Tornike Khomasuridze ... visual effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jenny Bond ... first assistant camera
Tornike Khomasuridze ... grip
Mikhail Makeyev ... camera operator
Kakha Pkhakadze ... still photographer
Mario Rayes ... second assistant camera
Marcos Valadez ... director of photography: second unit
George 'Jib Arm' Zakaidze ... key grip

Casting Department

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Lasha Efremidze ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Bako ... key costumer
Kakhaber Kolkhi ... wardrobe supervisor

Music Department

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Nevin Millan ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Davit Matiashvili ... production driver

Thanks

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Salvador Carrasco ... the producers and director wish to thank
Giorgi Khomasuridze ... very special thanks
Kartlos Khomasuridze ... in memory of
Levan Kobakhidze ... special thanks
Kakhaber Zarnadze ... in memory of

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

1121 AD: In the midst of the Crusades, an epic battle took place on the Didgori battlefield in the Kingdom of Georgia whose outcome would determine the fate of Jerusalem and all of Christianity. King David IV of Georgia, known as 'The Builder', 'The King of Kings', and 'The Sword of the Messiah', led 56,000 Georgian warriors and members of the Knights Templar in battle against all odds to defend their homeland and faith from the overwhelming invading enemy Seljuk Turk and Arabian Coalition forces with numbers reaching 500,000. The details of this battle are transcribed by Sir Walter Gauthier in his manuscript 'Bella Antiochena', as told by the founders of the Knights Templar, Hugo de Payens and Godfrey de St. Omer. Written by Nikoloz Khomasuridze and Nevin Millan

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Also Known As
  • Дидгори: Земля жертвенных рыцарей (Russia)
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  • 35 min
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Budget $70,000 (estimated)

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