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《格鲁吉亚—葡萄酒发源地》入选国际葡萄与葡萄酒电影节提名

作者: 发布时间:2019-06-18 关注度:22

 

The Georgian science art documentary film "Georgia Homeland of Wine" is nominated for the "Oenovideo" festival, which is the world's largest photography and cinematography festival dedicated to winemaking and viticulture.

格鲁吉亚科学艺术纪录片《格鲁吉亚—葡萄酒发源地》入选国际葡萄与葡萄酒电影节提名。该电影节是世界上最大的关于葡萄与葡萄酒领域的电影及摄影盛会。

"Oenovideo" is held annually in Marseille, France in the "Museum of the European and Mediterranean Civilizations". This year, 144 films from different countries participated in the selection and 37 of them were chosen for the nominee’s list, among which is “Georgia Homeland of Wine”. 

国际葡萄与葡萄酒电影节每年举办一次,今年是在位于法国马赛的“欧洲及地中海文明博物馆”举行。来自不同国家的144部影片参加了评选,其中37部入选提名名单,包括纪录片《格鲁吉亚—葡萄酒发源地》。

This year, the 26th festival of “Oenovideo” will be held on June 13-16. Represntatives of the jury are: Kethrin Lamore – producer and „Canal+“ journalist; Emmanuel Mure – movie director and producer; Nicolas Bride – “Cesar” award winner; guest invited by „Ciné Master Class“- Noel Balane – writer, musician and scripter. 

今年,第26届国际葡萄与葡萄酒电影节于613日至16日举行。评审团评委有:制片人兼“Canal+"(法国付费电视台)记者Kethrin Lamore、电影导演兼制片人Emmanuel Mure、“塞萨尔”奖得主Nicolas Bride、“Ciné Master Class”特邀嘉宾、作家、音乐家兼编剧Noel Balane

The film "Georgia Homeland of Wine" is dedicated to the international scientific research that has made historical discovery and scientifically proved, that Georgia is the homeland of wine and first wine production started here 8000 years ago and has continued until modern times. The film also covers the exhibition “Georgia – Cradle of Winemaking” held in  2017 at the Wine Civilization Center "Cité du Vin", where our country has became internationally recognized as homeland of winemaking.

纪录片《格鲁吉亚—葡萄酒发源地》拍摄基于国际科学研究,该研究发现,经科学证实,格鲁吉亚是葡萄酒之乡,是葡萄酒发源地,历史可追溯至8000年前。影片还记录了2017年在葡萄酒文明中心法国波尔多“Cité du vin(葡萄酒博物馆)举办的“格鲁吉亚-葡萄酒文明的摇篮”专题展览,自此格鲁吉亚成为国际公认的葡萄酒发源地。

On November 13, 2017,  an article – “Early Neolithic wine of Georgia in the South Caucasus“ was published in the scientific magazine of the National Academy of the Science of the United States of America – PNAS  about the ancient trace of winemaking found  on the territory of Georgia and spread around the world from here.  The article was based on the four-year scientific research of Georgian and foreigner scientists With the initiative of the association "Georgian Wine" and support of the Government of Georgia, this project has been implemented since 2014 by the National Wine Agency. Along with the Georgian scientists, the staff of Pennsylvania, Montpellier, Milan, Copenhagen, Toronto universities, Israel's Weisman Institute and National Institute of Montpellier Agricultural Research (INRA) were involved in the international multidisciplinary project.

20171113日,《南高加索地区格鲁吉亚新石器时代早期的葡萄酒》一文刊载于美国国家科学院的科学期刊《美国国家科学院院刊》上,文中介绍了在格鲁吉亚境内发现古代酿造葡萄酒的痕迹,以及葡萄酒酿造技术由格鲁吉亚传播至世界其他地区的线索。这篇文章是以格鲁吉亚及其他国家科学家为期四年的科学研究为基础撰写的。经“格鲁吉亚葡萄酒”协会倡议,并在格鲁吉亚政府的支持下,该科研项目自2014年起由格鲁吉亚葡萄酒局负责开展。除格鲁吉亚的科学家外,还有宾夕法尼亚、蒙彼利埃、米兰、哥本哈根、多伦多大学、以色列魏斯曼研究所和蒙彼利埃国家农业研究所(INRA)的人员参与了该国际性多学科项目。

Scientific-documentary film was made with the support of LEPL National Wine Agency of the  Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture of Georgia and National Intellectual Property Center “Sakpatenti”. Director of the 40-minute film is Alexander Gabunia. The shootings took place in Georgia and the United States, as well as Italy and France. The film is made on the base of studio “Cinematic film". 

这部科学纪录片的拍摄获得了格鲁吉亚环境保护和农业部国家葡萄酒局与格鲁吉亚国家知识产权中心(Sakpatenti)的支持。影片时长40分钟,由Alexander Gabunia导演。取景地包括格鲁吉亚、美国、意大利和法国。影片由“Cinematic film”电影制片厂制作。