The 2nd International Exhibition of Broadcast Equipment took place in Tbilisi on October 16-17. The exhibition was opened by Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia’s head of Georgian Culture Popularization Department Giorgi Aptsiauri. Levan Katsadze, executive director of International Foundation for Innovative Technologies, delivered speech at the opening ceremony.
Leading manufacturers of broadcasting equipment were participating in the exhibition: SONY, Panasonic, Canon, Fujifilm,Arri Camera, Arri Lighting, Angenieux,Avid, DJI, Ross Video,TSL, Gearhouse, Eutelsat, SAM-Advanced Media, Guramex, Videoscope, Innovator, Oracle, Lawo, RTS.
Georgian system integrator Innovator raffled two DJI PHANTOM 3 and vouchers for 500 and 1000 Gel.
Master-class was hosted by an invited Hollywood expert Mr. Hiro Narita. This year’s master class topic was “Frame of Mind and Light: Interplay between what is manifested on the screen and what is suggested“.
Presentation of Georgian TV Cameramen Guild also took place at the festival. More information at their website.
On October 18, awards ceremony for TV and Movie Cameramen “Golden Eye” 2015 was held.
Best Movie Cameramen – David Procter, “Bypass” (UK, Sweden);
Best TV Cameramen – Rudolf Peter Kiss “Caen’s Children” (Hungary, France);
Risk Shot – Mathew VanDyke Not anymore: Story of Revolution (USA);
Best Student Work – Naum Doksevski “Last Act” (Macedonia);
Grand Prize –David Procter “Bypass” (UK, Sweden);
Special prize for contribution to the development of cinematography – Lomer Akhvlediani (Georgia);
Special prize for contribution to the development of Broadcasting Kote Kochuashvili (Georgia);
Special prize of Georgian Public Broadcaster – Goga Khaindrava (Georgia);
Special prize of Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia: Murat Aliev (Kazakhistan).