Salome Kikaleishvili

Film Critic, Georgia

Salome Kikaleishvili graduated from the faculty of film studies of Tbilisi State University in 2000. In 2003–2004 she worked at the newspaper "24 Hours". In 2005 she became executive editor of the "Cinema" magazine, reviewing international film festivals. Since 2006 she has been editor-in-chief of "Dialogue" magazine. Now Salome Kikaleishvili is working for the weekly news magazine "Tabula" as executive editor.

Cinema's Best Ingredients Make for the Best Films

in 11st Transilvania International Film Festival

Making the perfect film is like cooking the perfect ... read more

"Sankara": A Screen Meditation By Salome Kikaleishvili

in 10th Dhaka International Film Festival

Prasanna Jayakody, director of the movie Sankara, on... read more

The Forum: Multilingual New Cinema By Salome Kikaleishvili

in 57th Berlinale

"Life, as it is!" — these words were exclaimed a cen... read more

Children from Nowhere By Salome Kikaleishvili

in 23rd Troia FesTroia - International Film Festival

"I would like to return cinematography to its starti... read more

"Dry Season": Unanswered Questions By Salome Kikaleishvili

in 20th Athens Panorama of European Cinema

The history of cinema is only a century old. Neverth... read more

"My Father My Lord": The Modern Story of Abraham and Isaac By Salome Kikaleishvili

in 8th Tbilisi International Film Festival

David Volach was born to one of the most ultra-ortho... read more

Cairo Pending Arab Spring

in 35th Cairo International Film Festival

Everything started in 2010. Like a huge wave or a vi... read more

Bridge Between the East and the West

in 7th Almaty Eurasia International Film Festival

"Our goal is to form a cultural bridge between the E... read more

Kim Ki-duk about Cinema

in 7th Almaty Eurasia International Film Festival

Kim Ki-duk, the world's leading film director, went ... read more

Hostages of Migration

in New Cinema From the Black Sea

On November 10-15, the 19th Eastern European Interna... read more

Hostages of Migration

in 19th Cottbus Festival of East European Cinema

On November 10-15, the 19th Eastern European Interna... read more

Things to Come: The Drama as Inspiration

in 19th Flying Broom International Women's Film Festival, Ankara

Why such a small audience? – The question came to me... read more

The Death Truck

in 21st Kerala International Film Festival

I remember once watching a television show. That was... read more

When the End Is Already Known

in 67th Berlin International Film Festival

The world premiere of Hostages (Mdzevlebi) was held ... read more