Ireland Georgian Dea Kulumbegashvili's film "Beginning" triumphs at San Sebastian Festival

16:40  27 september  2020
16:40  27 september  2020 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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Georgian Film ‘ Beginning ’ Sweeps San Sebastian Fest Awards on a Night of Triumph For 13 films were in the running for prizes in this year’s San Sebastian Film Festival competition, but it In a stunning sweep, Georgian writer-director Dea Kulumbegashvili ’ s debut feature “ Beginning ” took

Dea Kulumbegashvili was born and raised in Georgia . Dea studied film directing at Columbia University School of the Arts and media studies at The New School in New York. Her debut short film Invisible Spaces was nominated for Palme D'Or at the Cannes International Film Festival in 2014.

Georgian film won prizes in San Sebastian: Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress and Best Screenplay.

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The film Beginning by Georgian Dea Kulumbegashvili literally triumphed on Saturday September 26 at the San Sebastian International Film Festival in Spain, winning both the Golden Shell for best film, and the awards for best director, best actress and best screenplay. The San Sebastian Festival is the most important festival of Hispanic cinema. Its jury this year was chaired by the Italian Luca Guadagnino.

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"I want to thank the jury for a fantastic, incredible day. It means a lot to me, it's a great honor," said the 34-year-old director, whose film is a heartbreaking drama set against a backdrop of religious fanaticism in his native Georgia. It was originally scheduled to be presented at the Cannes film festival which was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The young Georgian Dea Kulumbegashvili (1986), who premiered her short films at the Festival de Cannes and at the Directors’ Fortnight, makes her The film , which will have its world premiere at San Sebastian , narrates the harassment suffered by a Jehovah’ s witness and her family at the hands of

The upcoming New York Film Festival will have Dea Kulumbegashvili ' s feature ' Beginning ' in the Main Slate programme, in the same week the film has its world debut at the San Sebastian Film Festival . The new work by the award-winning director (Lethe, Invisible Spaces) is previewed as a

Beginning (Dasatskisi, in Georgian) won the highest honor against favorites in the official selection, including Danish comedy Drunk, by director Thomas Vinterberg, which won the best actor award given to the film's four male actors.

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Georgian actress Ia Sukhitashvili was awarded the award for best actress, which she could not receive in person due to the travel restrictions imposed in Spain due to the pandemic.

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