GEORGIAN DIRECTOR AND SCREENWRITER REZO GABRIADZE DIES AT 84

Jun 07, 2021

By Jeremy Logan

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Rezo Gabriadze, a legendary Georgian theater director and film screenwriter who has won broad fame across the former Soviet Union for movies he wrote, has died. He was 84.

His relatives and colleagues said he died on Sunday of an unspecified illness in Tbilisi.

Garbriadze, an iconic figure in the former Soviet Union, worked as a screenwriter for numerous movies, including Mimino and Kin-Dza-Dza, the cult comedies by Georgian director Georgiy Daneliya.

He also was an artist, sculptor and a very productive book illustrator.

Internationally, he was best known for his puppet theater productions.

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