Zaza Shatirishvili – The Montage of Tbilisi Culture

Tbilisi culture is not Georgian culture. Georgian culture is based on literature; it translates badly into prose, for its most important genre is poetry. Tbilisi culture, on the other hand, is playful, carnavalesque, based on the montage, and cinematographic. The author reviews the works of important movie and theatre directors and describes how Tbilisi culture is translated into modern mediums of art.

Shatirishvili, Z. (2006). The Montage of Tbilisi Culture. Film International, No. 23, 48-51.

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