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Monday, November 11, 2019, #218 (4522)

Despite attempted sabotage ‘And Then We Danced’ successfully screens in Georgia

Ultra-nationalistic, far-right, homophobic groups in Tbilisi and Batumi protested the screening of Swedish-Georgian queer film ‘And Then We Danced’ on November 8. (more)

Levan Vasadze: Ivanishvili is no longer allowed to stay in politics

Levan Vasadze, a Russian-backed ultra-nationalistic businessman, said that he met with the chairman of the Georgian Dream-Democratic Georgia party, Bidzina Ivanishvili in April and talked about “things that I won’t discuss.” (more)

“Parliament’s green initiative”- What to expect


The News in Brief

"Accused of Inhumane Treatment, former Mayor of Marneuli becomes Vice-president of Athletic Federation " (more)

Opinion & Analysis

‘And Then We Danced’ shines light on modern traditional Georgian culture

‘And Then We Danced’, a Swedish-Georgian queer film was successfully screened in the Georgian cinemas over the weekend, despite attempts by homophobic groups to prevent the moviegoers from seeing the film. (more)

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