Program → Films by sections → Oma (Repeat)
Festival in Media
Section: Georgian Panoram
Country: Georgia 
Year: 2018


5 minutes/color


Director: Giorgi Gedevanidze

Screenplay: Giorgi Gedevanidze

Cinematographer: Giorgi Gedevanidze

Editing: Giorgi Gedevanidze, Luka Nozadze

Producer: Giorgi Gedevanidze



Oma is a short documentary with / about Freifrau Erna von Hodenberg. Mrs. Erna is 72 years old and has been living in her 4 room apartment in Karlsruhe for a few years. She is a very active woman and despite her illnesses, she sustains her daily life well. Nevertheless, there is a problem in her life. Mrs. Erna grew up with 23 siblings at the North Sea and then she moved to Karlsruhe with her husband. She is a very communicative woman. But after the dead of her husband (who had no children) and her dogs, she felt very alone and lonely. This is why she decides to move into a residential community (assisted living) so that she can have more contact with other people and flee from her loneliness.




Giorgi Gedevanidze (born: May 1, 1992) is a student of Media and Fine Art at the

Academy of Media Arts in Cologne, with a focus on film andart.Nominated for the Blooom Award by Warsteiner 2018 and 2017, with live videoinstallation Waltzing Matilda and room installation I can’t sleep with my knife.His short documentary Morgens Halb Neun in Köln – Mülheim is nominated for theMotionartfilm 2018.



2017 Oma

2018 Morgens Halb Neun in Koeln

2018 Nomophobic