Nana Janelidze`s film I Wonder If There Is A Theatre has been awarded with the highest prize of the the Russian Movie Academy Nika. The film with the key role played by Kakhi Kavsadze won the nomination of the best work among the movies from Baltic and CIS states. Movie Academy Nika was founded 25 years ago, in the period of the Soviet rule and on the first ceremony of the festival, Georgian film Repentance won prizes in six different nominations. Another Georgian movie in 2007 was also successful at Nika - Aleko Tsabadze`s Russian Triangle won the nomination of the Best Work then.
The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg this Spring will announce its ruling in a case Georgia has lodged against Russia concerning the deportation of Georgian citizens from Russia in 2006, Goergia`s Justice Minister Thea Tsulukiani said.