After more than a year of shutdown due to covid, which included all fields and institutions, which also included cinemas and theaters, Georgia recently reopened cinemas, and it became possible for film lovers to enjoy watching movies in the cinema, but according to precautionary measures approved by the government.
Pandemic changed the lifestyle of society around the world, but there were some spheres which got especially big losses. Theatres went through several difficulties during pandemic
So far, box office revenues are still suffering, due to the Coronavirus and its impact on cinema. And the closing of theaters in most countries of the world, the cancellation of shows, and the closure of the box office.
The world is still confused about the calculations of the losses caused by Corona in all areas, its size, and the extent of its impact in the near future. The same applies to the film industry, where billions of US dollars are put into it annually.
It is a peaceful afternoon in the Blue Mosque of Yerevan. The silence of the park is periodically interrupted by the sharp sounds of coughing and sneezing and soft conversations of the visitors. The entrances to the hall are separate for men and women, there is a partition that does not reach the ceiling in the hall․ Mullah Mahmoud Movahedifar is in the men's section, women, including the wife of
Laboratory 25 founded by Giorgi Kharadze in Tbilisi 6 years ago. As a novice film photographer and an international student studying in Georgia, I decided to spend a day at Lab25 with Kharadze’s colleague Giorgi Sutskiride and observe the analog corner of Tbilisi.
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