Ministry Of Culture British Georgian Society is particularly grateful for the generous support of the Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia to the 3rd London BGS Georgian Film Festival 2013.

We would particularly like to thank Minister Guram Odisharia and First Deputy Minister Marine Mizandari

Liberty BankLiberty Bank: the leading private Georgian bank is offering an international money transfer service from/to GEL (Georgian currency) under its brand “TransferWise”. 

Ulevi GroupUlevi Group is an accredited shipping company operating between the South Caucasus and Asia. We are particularly grateful to George Lezhava for sponsoring the festival for the second time.

Diaspora MinistryBGS is grateful for the support of the State Minister of Georgia for Diaspora Issues, Mr Konstantine Surguladze. We are pleased to welcome Mr Surguladze as a guest of the festival.

Embassy of Georgia British Georgian Society is particularly grateful to all the staff at the Embassy of Georgia for the continued generous support to our events and particularly the film festival. 

TIFFBritish Georgian Society is grateful for its continued partnership with the Tbilisi International Film Festival and director Nina Andjapharidze

Nati GalleryNati Gallery is located at 22 Warren Street, London W1T 5LU. It is run by a group of young Georgian art enthusiasts who promote Georgian artists here.

GNFCWe are grateful for the continued support of the Georgian national Film Centre (GNFC) and it's new director Nana Janelidze

coynelogoCoyne Airways, based in London and with an office in Dubai, operates a scheduled London-Tbilisi-London cargo service and also flies to other countries in the Central Asia and the Middle East. 

Chateau MukhraniChateau Mukhrani: Founded in 1878 by the Prince of Mukhrani and revived in 2003 by Marussia Beverages, these are now Georgia’s only Royal Chateau wines and have won many international prizes. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

BGCCThe British Georgian Chamber of Commerce (BGCC) was founded in London by Lord Cromwell and Mako Abashidze in March 2007, as a non-political trade body to facilitate business growth and contacts between Britain and Georgia Travel
: One of Georgia’s most experienced agencies has steadily expanded from the heart of Tbilisi’s picturesque old town to offer expertise across Georgia and the whole Caucasus.

IberiaIberia is a lovely Georgian restaurant at 294-296 Caledonian Road, N1 1BA. Last festival they sponsored a lunch attended by Otar Iosseliani, Nino Kirtadze, Dito Tsintsadze, Levan Koguashvili and Maryam d'Abo.

CartvelicARTveli: A not-for-profit foundation established to promote the works of contemporary Georgian arts on the international art scene.

Lako BukiaLako Bukia:  originally from Georgia and now London-based, her collections sell in London, Paris, Kiev, Moscow and New York and she has new cheaper street-wear and casual range called “Lolo by Lako”.

More Is LoveThe Georgian on-line jewellery outlet which carries designer styles from all around the world, both new and vintage lines.

EshviA London-based Georgian jewellery brand founded to create unusual styles - strongly-stated and playfully combining vibrant colour options and design.

National Archives GeorgiaWith thanks to the National Archives of Georgia and its director Giorgi Kakabadze who supplied the footage from 1907 of Vasil Amashukeli.