Status: completed, 2013
Status: completed, 2015
Produced by EcoFilms
Commisioned by Agency of Protected Areas
Financed by Deutsche Zusammenbereit, KfW, Caucasus Nature Fund
Director Nika Tsiklauri
Camera: Giorgi Vatsadze, Nika Tsiklauri
Post-production: Paata Kakhadze
Field assistants: Nika Kerdikoshvili, Dato Odishelidze
Assistant Producer: Natia Chomakhidze
Eco-tourism in Ajara, Georgia For Eco Tours Georgia Financed by Alliances Lesser Caucasus Programme Status: completed, 2015 Making of Director Nika Tsiklauri Camera: Giorgi Vatsadze Additional footage by Zura Javakhishvili, Nika Tsiklauri Aerials: Nika Tsiklauri, Giorgi Vatsadze Field assistants: Giorgi Kavtaradze, Nika Kerdikoshvili, Dato Odishelidze Local fixer: Jimsher Mamuchadze Assistant Producer: Natia Chomakhidze Cast: Aliona…
Caucasus Nature Fund employed Eco Films to produce several shorts about wildlife in Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia). Project is still on so more content to come soon.
Film duration: 52 min
Status: temporary suspended.
EcoFilms Ltd, Georgia
Documentary, 60 mins.
Status: ongoing. Premiere Scheduled Oct 2016.
There is no compromise â€“ you keep the sheep in the mountains of Georgia, you have to follow the old paths. Yet, it is XXI century and new rules come into force. Among other shepherds there is David, the brightest and toughest man on the block, owner of big flock. And there is his team…
Documentary, 60 mins. Status: in production. Premiere scheduled: December 2016. “Jara” is our biggest ongoing project. The movie “Jara” is a one-year journey through the wild nature of Ajara. It tells how bees from the jara hung in the forest see beauty and ruthlessness of nature, people and their intervention, peaceful co-existence or conflict with them;…
Documentary, 52 min. Status: completed, 2014. Available on DVDs. Available on Amazon.com Georgia is one of the last countries in the world where transhumance, a seasonal movements of people with sheep between summer and winter pastures, is still alive. Lowland steppe hosts winter camps but now itâ€™s may already and heat causes diseases, snakes kill…