The festival will be held in Paris on November 22-27, its goal is to introduce the culture of Eastern European countries outside it's perimeter.
The art festival is being held in Paris for the seventh time, dedicated this year to Georgian literature, visual arts, cinema, theater and music. Before Tbilisi, the honored guests of this festival were: Warsaw, Kiev, Budapest, Belgrade, Sofia and Odessa.
During one week, up to 30 events will be held with the participation of up to 50 Georgian writers and artists selected by the curators of the French festival, in various important spaces of Paris; Among them, Beaux-Arts de Paris, Bibliothèque André Malraux, église Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Christine Cinéma Club, Espace des femmes Antoinette Fouque, Maison de la poésie, MPAA / Saint-Germain, Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe , Théâtre de la ville, Théâtre du Châtelet, Center National du Livre, INaLCO.
Up to 5,000 guests of the festival will have the opportunity to get acquainted with diverse Georgian culture: attend literary events and film screenings, plays, visit exhibitions of artists, and listen to Georgian musicians.
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