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Georgian Documentary receives EU Special Prize

The film, jointly created by journalists from Tbilisi and Sukhumi, is called “Never been asked, never are”.  It tells about the youth born after the Abkhaz-Georgian conflict of the early 90s, about those who are commonly called the “post-conflict generation”.

The protagonists are young Abkhazians and Georgians, six different stories, united by a common theme of post-conflict problems and challenges. The characters of the film do not talk about politics and do not give assessments of the war, but talk about how the conflict has affected their lives, how it has influenced their views, what they had to lose, and what, on the contrary, they managed to acquire, and what problems are created today. This is a film about people who did not start the war and are not responsible for those who fought, but who may be able to bring the conflict settlement closer.

The authors of the film, which won the EU Journalism Prize 2021, were awarded the Prize by the head of the EU Monitoring Mission Marek Schigel the other day in Tbilisi.

The film can be viewed here:



8. Mai 2022 | English, Georgien, Kaukasus, News | Thema: , , , , , , | Bookmark |
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