Tuesday, September 1, 2009

A MR. MINISTER in Humburg

If you happen to be in Humburg on October 1st, don't miss out screening of A MR. MINISTER, directed by Salome Jashi and Giorgi Tsikarishvili, first aired at Dutch VPRO. The film is presented within a festival about the Black Sea Region in five German cities with readings, discussions and a short film programme.

Location: 'Europa-Lounge' at the K├ÂrberForum K├Ârber-Foundation in Hamburg.
In cooperation with the FilmFestival Cottbus - Festival of East European Cinema.

A MR. MINISTER (22 min.) shows the character of Bakur Kvezereli, 27 year old minister of agriculture. He is the youngest member in the cabinet of ministers led by Mikheil Saakashvili in Georgia. This ambitious young man claims there is nothing he dislikes in himself. Balanced with human feelings the film reveals one piece of the young and controvertial Georgian government.

For more info about the screening just click here: inter:est

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