Take 2: Making Movies (Again) in Georgia

Take 2: Making Movies (Again) in Georgia

Georgia's rich legacy of making movies – from pre-Soviet times to its current renaissance – is cinematic testament to its legendary independent spirit. Once a republic of the Soviet Union, Georgia has been a relatively liberal place known for its creative filmmaking, not only in former Communist countries, but in the entire world. Its rich history of movie-making encompasses comedy and drama as well as groundbreaking anti-government satire and philosophical challenges. The backdrops for shooting scenes are riveting, from snow-capped sawtooth mountains and fertile valleys to centuries-old churches and fortresses. Read More


Georgian Military Highway: A Road For All Time

Georgian Military Highway: A Road For All Time

The Georgian Military Highway in the South Caucasus is one of the most spectacular roads in this region, with the jagged snow-capped Caucasus Mountains, rippling emerald-green hills and valleys, wandering sheep, and ancient cathedrals, monuments, and fortresses still keeping vigil. And yes, its name reflects its history as a highway. Read More