Misho Antadze (b. Tbilisi, 1993) is a Georgian filmmaker based in Amsterdam. Having received his BFA in Film/Video at CalArts, and MA in Artistic Research at the Netherlands Film Academy, he works with an observational form, or found footage.
Recent subjects addressed in his work include historical alligators, cows and robots, statues, landscapes, bitcoin mining, the representation of technology and science.
His works have screened at International FIlm Festival Rotterdam, DocLisboa, Full Frame Film Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Sheffield Doc/Fest and Viennale among many others, and have been awarded at Jeonju International FIlm Festival and European Film Festival Palic.
Misho Antadze (b. 1993) is a filmmaker and artistic researcher from Tbilisi, Georgia. He holds a BFA in Film/Video from CalArts and an MA in Artistic Research through Cinema from the Netherlands Film Academy. As a practitioner and researcher, his interests include the meeting and departure points of cinema and history, as well as animal and non-human perspectives. His works have screened at International Film Festival Rotterdam, Ann Arbor Film Festival, DocLisboa and Full Frame Film Festival, amongst many others. The Harvest was awarded at Jeonju International Film Festival and at Palic European Film Festival and was screened online on e-Flux.