Cinema with Signs in Mziuri
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On July 23, International Union of Young Artists (IUYA) held a special film screening adapted for the society of deaf and people hard of hearing. Nana Janelidze's "Will There Be a Theatre up There?" (‘Netav ik Teatri aris?') was screened at the evening.
The screening was supported by the Union of the Deaf of Georgia, Georgian National Film Center and

It is to mention that Nana Janelidze's film "Wil There be a Theatre up There?!" was awarded a special prize from the Bank of Georgia at the 12th Tbilisi International Film Festival. The film tells the story of an actor and its family regarding to Georgia, the USSR, and Stalin regime. "The award for the best director goes to Nana Janelidze, for describing the historical moments in such an interesting manner and for all the emotional influence the film has got." - said the jury member Ulrich Gregor when handing the award at the festival.

The film screening in Mziuri started at 8:30 and after that, the discussion was held as well with the director Nana Janelidze and actor Kakhi Kavsadze.

The International Union of Young Artists has adapted 10 films to sign language so far.




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