Review: Brighton 4th

Kaleem Aftab

June 18, 2021

Georgian New Wave director Levan Koguashvili's (Street Days, Blind Dates [+], Gogita’s New Life [+]) third narrative feature, Brighton 4th [+], had its world premiere in the Official Selection at the Tribeca Film Festival, where it won Best International Narrative Feature Film. It is a touching and surprising exploration of masculinity that features a stunning central performance from former Olympic wrestling champion Levan Tediashvili, who took home the Best Actor gong from the New York-based gathering.

Georgian New Wave director Levan Koguashvili's (Street Days, Blind Dates [+], Gogita’s New Life [+]) third narrative feature, Brighton 4th [+], had its world premiere in the Official Selection at the Tribeca Film Festival, where it won Best International Narrative Feature Film. It is a touching and surprising exploration of masculinity that features a stunning central performance from former Olympic wrestling champion Levan Tediashvili, who took home the Best Actor gong from the New York-based gathering.