Tamar Kalandadze was born in 1990 in Tbilisi, Georgia. In 2012 she took her Bachelor’s degree in Film studies from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film University.
Tamar was involved on number of different interesting projects. She worked as a presenter and facilitator for the educational regional project initiated by National Georgian Film Center – “Cinema in school”. She produced “Transmission” – a cultural experiment, 30 minutes weekly emission about art made by MILKY WAY for Georgian National Broadcaster. Project was awarded by CIRCOM for “The Most Original Emission” in 2016. Tamar also worked for different movie directors on long and short feature film productions. She was assisting and guiding foreign TV crews and journalists working in Georgia.
Since 2016, she is doing her Master in Movie directing at the Caucasus New School of Cinema. At the same time, she works as an art consultant at ERTI Gallery - contemporary art gallery regularly present at leading international art fairs.
Tamar speaks fluently English and Russian. She has strong notions of French.