Levan KOGUASHVILI (1973, Georgia) studied Film at the Russian State Institute of Film (VGIK) and the New York University Graduate Film Program. Between 2002 and 2007 he lived in New York where he made several short films and documentaries. In 2008 he moved back to Georgia to shoot his first feature length fiction film Street Days. The film is based on his own script, which won the feature script competition organized by the Georgian National Film Center.
King Lear (1998, short), Bethlehem 2000 (2000, doc), Rehabilitation (2003, short), Father and Son (2003, short doc), Home (2004, doc), The Debt (2005, short), A Small Theater in Washington DC (2005, doc), The Women From Georgia (2008, doc), Quchis dgeebi/Street Days (2010)