Power Trip (PBS Documentary)

Winner
Berlin Film Festival

Winner
Hot Docs, Toronto

Winner
Florida Film Festival

Nomination
Independent Spirit Award

Trailer

One of the Highest-Rated Films of 2003
Rotten Tomatoes

“Superbly balanced and organized.”
–  The New York Times 

“Gripping! A Real-Life Thriller! Clarifies this horrendously complicated situation without oversimplifying its issues.”
LA Weekly

“Devlin shows all this with lively editing that keeps his story hurtling along.”
Chicago Tribune

This PBS documentary tells the story of corruption, assassination and street rioting over electricity in Tbilisi, capital of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Power Trip humanizes the monumental post-Soviet transition from communism to capitalism.

Power Trip was broadcast in over 60 countries, won 10 film festival awards (including top honors at Berlin and Hot Docs), inspired special events at the U.S. State Department, World Bank, and Council on Foreign Relations, and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award.

Trailer
Trailer
Susan Sarandon Intros Power Trip - PBS Documentary
Krazy Kiosk
Land of Georgia

Winner
Berlin Film Festival

Winner
Hot Docs, Toronto

Winner
Florida Film Festival

Nomination
Independent Spirit Award

One of the Highest-Rated Films of 2003
Rotten Tomatoes

“Superbly balanced and organized.”
–  The New York Times 

“Gripping! A Real-Life Thriller! Clarifies this horrendously complicated situation without oversimplifying its issues.”
LA Weekly

“Devlin shows all this with lively editing that keeps his story hurtling along.”
Chicago Tribune

This PBS documentary tells the story of corruption, assassination and street rioting over electricity in Tbilisi, capital of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Power Trip humanizes the monumental post-Soviet transition from communism to capitalism.

Power Trip was broadcast in over 60 countries, won 10 film festival awards (including top honors at Berlin and Hot Docs), inspired special events at the U.S. State Department, World Bank, and Council on Foreign Relations, and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award.

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