BGS film screenings at the Georgian Embassy will resume after the 3rd London BGS Georgian Film Festival. The screenings usually include the most up-to-date prints in Georgian with English subtitles and start at 7pm. BGS is grateful to Nino Andjaparidze, director of the Tbilisi International Film Festival, for her expert help and advice. 

Georgian Embassy
4 Russell Gardens
London W14 8EZ
020 7603 7799

3rd London BGS Georgian Film Festival

The 2nd BGS Georgian Film Festival - Life Through Cinema - took place at London's Riverside Studios in September 2010 and successfully combined old and new films with the help of the Georgian National Film Centre.

You can view detail of the Film Festival 2010 (opens a new window).

In 2005 the BGS and the ICA hosted a fortnight of the best new feature and documentary films to have come out of Georgia. You can view the ICA press release and a The Independent's preview.

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BGS promotes a greater understanding of Georgia through its film festivals

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