Zura Mamagulashvili is a Georgian film director, screenwriter, producer and editor. He is best known for his feature films such as "A Drop of Sun" (2014), "The Valley of Tin Soldiers" (2016) and "The Arch of Triumph" (2018).
Zura Mamagulashvili was born in 1984 in Tbilisi, Georgia. He graduated from the Film and Television Institute of Georgia in 2007. After graduation, he worked as an assistant director and editor for several Georgian films. In 2010, he wrote and directed his first feature film "The Valley of Tin Soldiers", which was screened at numerous international film festivals and won several awards.
In 2014, he wrote and directed his second feature film "A Drop of Sun". The film was selected for the Cannes Film Festival and received positive reviews from critics. His third feature film, "The Arch of Triumph", was released in 2018 and was also well-received by critics.
In addition to his feature films, Zura Mamagulashvili has also directed several short films, documentaries and television series. He is also a member of the European Film Academy.
Zura Mamagulashvili is an acclaimed director with a unique vision and style. His films are characterized by a strong visual style, intense emotion and an exploration of human nature. He has been praised for his ability to create powerful stories that deal with universal themes in a unique way. His films have been praised for their ability to capture the essence of the Georgian culture and to explore the complex relationship between the past and present.
Zura Mamagulashvili is considered to be one of the leading directors of his generation and is an important figure in Georgian cinema. He is the recipient of numerous awards and his films have been screened at numerous prestigious film festivals around the world. He is an inspiration to many aspiring filmmakers and his films continue to be celebrated and admired by audiences around the world.