Giorgi Janelidze

Was born in 1974, in Tbilisi. In 1999 graduated from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Faculty for Journalism. During the study he worked as freelance journalist for several newspapers, magazines and news agencies. In 1998—2004 participated in Program Student at the Hochschule fuer Fernsehen und Film Muenchen. In 2003—2004 graduated from the Bayerische Akademie fuer Fernsehen. Since 1995 he is a member of the Georgian Journalist Federation. Since 2009 he has bee working as a reporter and editor-in-chief of the videoportal of the Human Rights Center and the head of video studio of the Human Rights Center (HRIDC). Documentary and art house director. Directed, in particular, such documentary films as “Boring up & Down” (2009), “Block 13th in Georgian” (2009), “A Raid in the Name of Georgia” (2010), “The Volunteer Spy” (2010), “The Missing People” (2010), “Accused Victims” (2010), “The Disappeared” (2011).