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Nugzar Shataidze
Nugzar Shataidze
Nugzar Shataidze (1944-2009) was Georgian writer and screenwriter.
After finishing School no. 62 in Tbilisi, he graduated from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, then studied physics in Georgian Polytechnic University.
At various times he worked as an engineer in different industries, then as a section head of Lelo, a sports newspaper, Head of Prose section in the Merani Publishing and the magazine Omega.
His first short story WHITE FLOWERS was published in 1968 in the literary magazine Tsiskari. Since 1979 he has published several collections of novellas, stories and radio plays, among them: THE OLD COUNTRYSIDE HOUSE (1990), NOVEMBER RAIN (1990), EUROPE'S NOT FOR ME (2004) and THE OTHER RIVER BANK (2010). He is the author of
several feature and documentary film scripts, among them of the popular TV series Hot Dog (co-author Kote Jandieri).