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Levan Koguashvili

Levan Koghuashvili (born 1973)
After finishing school, he began studies at the State Institute of Film and Theatre in Tbilisi, but one year later a civil war broke out in Georgia, and he started to work for an independent television broadcaster as a journalist and later as a director. After working in television for two years, he attended the All-Russian State Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) in Moscow, where his teacher was the famous film director Marlen Khutsiev. Following graduation, he worked in Tbilisi as a director for advertising, television and documentaries. In 2002, he entered postgraduate studies at the New York Film School. During his studies there he made several short films and documentaries. In 2008 he returned to Georgia to start filming his first feature film, Street Days.

Filmography
King Lear (1998), 2 (1999), Betlemi (2000), Rehabilitation (2002), Father and Child (2003), Home (2004), Debt (2005), A Small Theatre in Washington (2005), Women from Georgia (2008), Street Days (2010)

 

 

 

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