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Festival in Media
Section: Georgian Panoram
Country: Georgia 
Year: 2018


105 minutes/color


Director: Tinatin Kajrishvili

Screenplay:Tinatin Kajrishvili, David Chubinishvili

Cinematographer:Irakli Akhalkatsi

Production design:Giorgi Gordzamashvili

Producer:Tinatin Kajrishvili, Lasha Khalvashi



Giorgi Bochorishvili, Ia Sukhitashvili, Jano Izoria, Soso Gogichaishvili, Nana Datunashvili



Giorgi and Ana, in their late 30s, once a loving couple is in the difficult process of separation, which goes quietly without attracting attention of others.  Affect and shock seems to be passed, but getting used to new way of life lasts long and seems endless. Giorgi can’t get used to it. The pain of being rejected from the beloved, closest person doesn’t allow him to start new life. He isolates himself from the rest of the world, moves far, near the sea, settles in abandoned place surrounded with lonely people. Ana waits for all to pass, but the end turns to be unexpected for both of them, leaving Ana in guilt and vagueness.




Tinatin Kajrishvili

Tinatin Kajrishvili was born in Tbilisi, Georgia in 1978. In 2001 she graduated from the Theatre and Film State University of Georgia with the qualification of film director. In 2009 attended EAVE Producer’s Workshop. In 2014 she directed, produced and wrote the screenplay to her first feature Film “Brides” (Georgia-France). “Brides” had its world premiere at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival in the Panorama section and won the 3rd Place Panorama Audience Award. Horizon is her second feature film, coproduced with Sweden and premiered at Berlin International Film Festival this year.



2014 Brides

2018 Horizonti