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Giga Agladze

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Giga Agladze
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Giga Agladze
BornGeorge Agladze (Georgian: გიორგი აგლაძე)
(1974-10-12) October 12, 1974 (age 49)
Tbilisi, Georgia
💼 Occupation
  • Filmmaker
  • producer
📆 Years active  2000–present
👩 Spouse(s)
Tea Agladze (m. 1991)
👶 Children2
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Giga Agladze (Alternately: George Agladze, Georgian: გიგა აგლაძე) (Born October 12, 1974) is a Georgian film director and producer. His works are registered in Georgian Copyright Association[1], witch is under Georgian Law on Copyright and Neighboring Rights

Biography[edit]

Agladze graduated "Film And TV" faculty (2001-2006) at the Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film University, Tbilisi, Georgia.

His work and activities have always found a great resonance at the local and international levels. In 2000, he established music band Wind which was immensely popular in Georgia. He was the author of the song named Beautiful day which was his most popular song among his fans. He still continues his music carrier and has a band named Killer Band, which was named by [David Lynch].

He was founder and director of Filmmaking company Grusin Pictures

In 2017, He became local partners of Esteemed American filmmaker David Lynch and they founded David Lynch Foundation Caucasus (DLFC) a branch of the director's international organization, that is supportive to strengthen for cinema institute and for cinema projects between Georgian and Hollywood.

Filmography[edit]

He directed and produced few famous documentary films. Alan (2016) about Alan Rickman, Hennessy, Eight Generation (2016). He shot a trilogy documentary about famous Georgian artist immigrants living in Paris. He has shot two short films The Iron Curtain (2013) and Henry (2016). In 2019, he has directed The Other Me (2019).

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