The First Open-air Film Screening in Pankisi: by Natia Kavtarashvili

Have you ever dreamed watching film in the spectacular nature at night?
For Pankisi community this kind of event is very rare, actually, it was something new for us.

On 5 th September at 8 p.m. RSF students and their parents had an opportunity to see a film in an open air with Estonian Ambassador.

The Estonian Embassy brought a film “Tangerines” (Mandarinebi), which is a 2013 Estonian-Georgian film directed, produced and written by Zaza Urushadze. We were influenced by the plot of the film, it was about the war in Abkhazia, Georgians, Estonians and Chechens were participating. Locals were excited to watch the film with Georgians and Estonians.

We would like to express our gratitude to the Estonian Embassy for giving us such an amazing and unforgettable evening. Children adults, parents and the guests were pleased and had fun. We would be happy to have more such kind of events in Pankisi.