’Invisible Spaces’ is an intimate glimpse into the world where family hierarchy and the place of the woman are uncontested. Invisible spaces alludes to our intimate inner selves and the family relationships hidden from the public gaze.
‘Invisible Spaces’ was the first film in the history of independent Georgia to participate in the official selection of the Cannes International Film Festival. It is the director’s first film.
Dea Kulumbegashvili was born and raised in Georgia. She grew up in the remote Caucasus Mountains in the small town of Lagodekhi. Her upbringing in this historic melting pot of various cultures and nationalities is a primary influence in her vision as a filmmaker.