Nana Djordzadze

Nana Djordzadze (1950, Georgia) was once an architect, but soon switched to making films. She has made short films, documentaries and features, a few of which were banned in the former USSR. With her feature début Robinsonade, she won the Caméra d'Or in 1987 at the Cannes festival.


Trio (1977, short), Atlant (1979), Trip to Sopot (1980), Help me on up the Elbruss (1983, short), Erosi (1984, doc), Robinsonade (1986), Poet Rovakidze (1990, doc), A Little about Georgia (1993, doc), Meeting (1993, short), Master Class (1994, doc), A Chef in Love (1996), Summer or 27 Missing Kisses (2000)