A family from Georgia

A family from Georgia

  • Directed by Suzanne Ogge
  • 2005
  • Documentary filmmaking workshop
  • Family, Migrations
  • Shooting place : Paris
  • Duration : 37 min
  • Audio : French, Georgian


After 3 years of loneliness in France, Nicolas - a political refugee from Georgia - is joined by his wife and their 4 children. In a tiny hotel room the family is reunited, and confronted with a new future. They continue to practice their Georgian religious rites while trying to integrate. It is their little girl, Tamar, a brilliant gymnast, who seems to them to represent an example of integration and success…

  • Direction : Suzanne Ogge
  • Image : Suzanne Ogge
  • Sound : Perrine Bertrand
  • Edition : Adriana Komives

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This workshop is for those who wish to learn, professionalise their film production skills, or who are on the lookout for a career change. Through this workshop, we will learn what the act of filming means intellectually, morally and aesthetically, through all stages of documentary production, from design to editing. Each student will make a documentary short film.

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