Embassy of Georgia in Washington D.C. is hosting screening of a film - I Swam Enguri - by a Georgian director Anuna Bukia. In her movie, Anuna Bukia reflects the struggle that Internally Displaced People go through. The film portrays a young woman from the occupied territory of Abkhazia, Georgia, who seeks to cross a so-called border, installed by Russian soldiers, to find her house that she has been deprived of at the age of four.
Along with screening the embassy will also feature exhibition on Migration by young Georgian artists Nini and Dimitri Dumbadzes. The exhibition is sponsored by the Government of Abkhazia in exile.
The screening will be followed by a panel discussion.
Like Anuna Bukia, the panelists also experienced the pain of forced migration. They will share their experience and discuss human rights situation and other issues surrounding the occupied regions of Georgia.
When: Wed Feb. 21
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Address: 1824 R Street Northwest
Washington DC,US 20009
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