World Perspectives / UK premiere

Everybody’s Gone (Vse ushli)

  • Georgy Paradzhanov /
  • Russia, Georgia, Czech Republic /
  • 2012 /
  • 124 mins

Zurab Kipchidze, Aram Makagyan, Natalia Kolyakanova, Avto Maharadze, Misha Gomiashvili / Fiction / Russian

A remembered world of wonder comes alive.

Georgy Paradzhanov

Georgy Paradzhanov was born in 1963 in Tbilisi. In 2000 his documentary film I’m A Seagull featured in the 57th Venice Film Festival and made that year's list of 20 Best European Documentaries. His later film I Died in Childhood (2004) premiered at the 57th Cannes Film. In 2005 his documentary Let Our Days Be Long was screened in the 62nd Venice Film Festival. His other films include Adam’s Children (2007), Valerik (2009) and Prima (2010).

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