Soso Dumbadze and Nino Dzandzava (eds.): Kote Mikaberidze


  • Alexander Schwarz independent scholar, Munich



Kote Mikaberidze, Georgia, Georgian cinema, silent film, sound film, Soviet Union, actor, director, screenplay, repression, satire.


Alexander Schwarz`s review of the book

Kote Mikaberidze

by Soso Dumbadze, Nino Dzandzava (eds.)

Author Biography

Alexander Schwarz, independent scholar, Munich

Alexander Schwarz studied German literature, film, history and Russian  in Munich, Germany, St. Andrews, Scotland, and at VGIK Film School in Moscow. He graduated with his Ph.D. theses in Munich on the history and development of German and Russian Silent Screenplays. From 1994 till 2004 he worked as TV manager for documentary channels in Munich and London. Since 2005 he has worked as film historian, curator of film programs (including one on the Georgian filmmaker Michail Kalatozov), documentary filmmaker and translator of English and Russian factual TV programs. He teaches Eastern European film history at the University of Basel, Switzerland. Most recently he published Die rote Traumfabrik. Meschrabpom-Film und Prometheus 1921 – 1936 (The Red Dream Factory. Mezhrabpom-Film and Prometheus 1921 – 1936), Berlin 2012, together with Günter Agde, and with Rainer Rother Der Neue Mensch. Aufbruch und Alltag im revolutionären Russland (The New Man, DVD edition and booklet), Berlin 2017.




How to Cite

Schwarz, Alexander. 2019. “Soso Dumbadze and Nino Dzandzava (eds.): Kote Mikaberidze”. Apparatus. Film, Media and Digital Cultures of Central and Eastern Europe, no. 9 (December).




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