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TBILISI EVENTS CALENDARJANUARY 27, 2019
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MOVIES
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movies Glass
Director:M. Night Shyamalan
Cast:Sarah Paulson, Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson
Genre:Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Dub: Russian

from - 2019-01-25 till - 2019-01-27

CinemaHall Time Price
Cavea East PointIMAX 13:45 19 GEL
IMAX 16:45 19 GEL
IMAX 22:15 19 GEL
Hall 2 16:30 10-11 GEL
Hall 2 19:30 13-14 GEL
AmiraniHall 3 19:30 13-14 GEL
Cavea Tbilisi MallHall 1 22:00 13-14 GEL
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THEATRES
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THEATRES I Thirst the Wind Direct
Director: Murman Jinoria
Cast: Murman Jinoria
Duration: 90 minutes
Date:    Hall:    Time:    Price:
31 January    Experimental Stage    19:30     6-8 GEL
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EXHIBITION
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exhibition Exhibition “Red Terror and Georgian Artists“

Georgian National Museum presents the exhibition “Red Terror and Georgian Artists” at GNM, Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia.
The mass repressions known as the “Red Terror"- the powerful weapon directed towards total control - touched upon all layers and age categories of society.
The mass repressions hit Georgian and foreign artists living in Georgia as well, their creative and public activities had been counting decades for 1937-1938.
They stood in the vanguard of the country’s art processes. Henryk Hryniewski, Dimitri Shevadnadze, Vakhtang Kotetishvili, Richard Sommer, Petre Otskheli and many more were accused of either counterrevolutionary activities or espionage and were executed.
Kiril Zdanevich, Ivane Pataridze and Vasily Shukhaev spent years in expatriation.
Ria Mikadze and Nino Zaalishvili were charged as “Family members of public enemies” - repressions took everything they had, sometimes even their lives.
Those who survived being executed or expatriated, still continued to live in conditions of limited freedom of expression and their creative life suffered the pressure under Tsarist and later Communist Russia.

Opening: December 11, 2018 6 pm

Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia
3, Sh. Rustaveli Ave. Tbilisi, Georgia
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