Announcing Animated Alphabet PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 18 March 2013 00:00

Accepting applications Animated Alphabet, a joint project of Art Studio Peahen and Crystral Sound System, in partnership with GFM Filmbridge.

It is young artist and animator exchange project Between Georgia and Latvia is going to take place in Lizums, Latvia from August 1 -13, 2013.

The theme of the project is art and culture in combination with rural development. The aim of the project is to Encourage young people from two Different countries to work together and Overcome cultural, language and experience differences. Project includes the Involvement of local community and the promotion of culture and art in Lizums village. The project also AIMS to Promote Latvian and Georgian animation art awareness and visibility, so the project is also designed to reach Wider public. 

The project's final product is Latvian-Georgian cooperation animated short-film about Georgian-Latvian alphabet, Which is created on painted backgrounds made in the open air with techniques like drawing, clay modeling, animation applications. This 6 month project is going to involve in 23 Participants where during 12 day exchange They are going to work on ideas, discuss, present, work in mixed groups and workshops and come out with the final product - the animated short film Presented in public show during the closing event.

For all selected participants the project is covering 70% of travel costs from Georgia-Latvia-Georgia, 100% of catering and accommodation in Latvia. 

DEADLINE OF submissions: April 15, 2013

Program information is available in English and Latvian here.

Please see the Application form

Zaza Kolelishvili's War and Wedding PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 January 2010 00:00
War and Wedding

GFM Studio has joined the post-production phase of Zaza Kolelishvili's War and Wedding to produce DVD and Blu-Ray versions of the film, along with subtitles in three languages (Georgian, Russian, English).

The movie premiered on January 21, 2010 in Amirani and Rustaveli theaters in Tbilisi, Georgia.

Interesting fact: the movie shot on HD PAL and Blu-Ray was originally authored in the same format (Georgia being in PAL region), though apparently no theater in Georgia was able to project PAL discs and the project had to be re-authored in NTSC Blu-Ray.

This may be interesting to the folks intending to release movies on Blu-Ray in Georgian theaters. Due to the reasons above, it is recommended to check with the theaters about their projection capabilities first.

You may read about War and Wedding at and Wedding at in (Georgian).

The Soviet Story by Edvins Snore now in Georgian PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 January 2010 00:00
The Soviet Story cover

In December GFM Studio finished Georgian dubbing and subtitling of Edvins Snore's popular documentary The Soviet Story.

The project was conducted by the support of Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and in collaboration with the film creators.

For Georgian version GFM Studio translated, re-spotted, recorded and mixed the dialogue, as well as designed, authored the bi-lingual DVD and replicated 3000 copies.

While the limited edition Georgian-dubbed discs we replicated are probably all gone by now—having served a special purpose and not reaching retailers—the good news is that the international PAL and NTSC DVD versions of the film, distributed worldwide by Perry Street Advisors, now comes with Georgian subtitles as well.

The DVD can be purchased from its official site, or (NTSC Version) from Amazon U.S.

Production of Audio Books PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 04 December 2009 21:16

GFM Studio has just finished another interesting project—for Ilia State University we have authored audio versions of Georgian textbook Introduction to Modern Thought, a course for undergraduate students.

The audio books cover well known works of the world's influential thinkers like Adam Smith, Alfred Russel Wallace, Bronisław Malinowski, Charles Darwin, David Ricardo, Dimitri Uznadze, Ilia Chavchavadze, Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, John Dewey, John Locke, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engles, Konrad Lorenz, Marc Bloch, Niccolo Machiavelli, Paul of Tarsus, Plato, Sigmund Freud, Stephen Hawking and Thomas Hobbes.


Read by professional actors, the audio books are now online on university's Library site and are free to download by anyone. The audio books can then be transferred to mp3 players like iPod or to cellphones with mpr3 support.

This comes amidst increased demand on audio versions of education resources around the world, making it more convenient many students as well as people with visual impairments.

The site also includes electronic versions of the works.

Feel free to browse and download the works from the i-Library section of the library site or directly from the file repository.



New screenplay contest is underway to promote aspiring screenwriters and filmmakers. The contest will be announced on October 4. Selected projects will be supported by various means, receiving assistance at various stages of production. The contest will concentrate on short films with specific format.  Additional details will be announced soon.


We are glad to announce the start of development stage of our new production of short fiction, working titled The Sequences.  The story will concentrate on the development of sequences at the specific location in old town of Tbilisi, Georgia's capital.  Still no decision whether it will be shot on 35mm or straight on digital 4K.


We are glad to announce the start of development stage of our new production of short fiction, working titled The Sequences.  The story will concentrate on the development of sequences at the specific location in old town of Tbilisi, Georgia's capital.  Still no decision whether it will be shot on 35mm or straight on digital 4K.


We are making fast progress in providing full scale Blu-Ray Live (BD-Live) support.  With its unparalleled interactivity possibilities, including upgradeable exclusive content and peer-to-peer interactions, BD-Live (a.k.a. Profile 2.0) is definitely the part of future disc authoring and home entertainment.

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