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Nana Djordjadze was born in Tblisi/Georgia in the former USSR. She studied Architecture in Tblisi and was active as an architect until 1973. She then studied Film and worked as a costume designer, set designer and actress before receiving the Golden Camera in Cannes for her feature debut Robinsonade, or my English Grandpa. Her other films include: the Academy Award nominated A Chef in Love (1997), the critically acclaimed 27 Missing Kisses (2000), and The Rainbowmaker (2008).