Friday, January 10, 2014


The history of “Electronauts” goes back to 2005, when well-known Georgian producer and anchor, Sergi Gvarjaladze, filmed 52 minute documentary on contemporary Georgian artists where he showcased the anomaly of how new generation of Georgian electronic artists emerged during the electricity crisis of 1990-ies. The film greatly resonated with local society and especially with growing list of digital artists.  The annual “Electronauts” awards was launched in 2007 that awarded Georgian artists in 9 different categories, for the content created during previous 12 months.
Six “Electronauts” awards have taken place since. Awards have stimulated many young artists to be more creative and productive: while there were only 15 participants for the first “Electronauts”, 2013 this figure has grown to 75. Every year new categories have been added and since 2010 awards has an international jury. “Electronauts” has been working closely with all major TV channels and has attracted over 20 different partners and sponsors. To expand the exposure of local artists and the impact of our activities to a wider public and beyond annual awards, the Foundation “Electronauts” was formed in 2011. The mission of the foundation is to cultivate the understanding and appreciation of modern forms of electronic arts while exploring its creative and cultural potential. The Foundation accomplishes this mission through programs and activities that engage local artists and cultural community, as well as the general public. The Foundation works year-round and in addition to annual awards, manages educational and media initiatives, conducts workshops, take part in festivals and collaborate with other organizations to achieve common goals.  

Electronauts 2013 - the 6th annual award ceremony for innovative pop culture was held December 21 in the Eventhall (Tbilisi, Georgia).

This year's nominees and winners are:

Sponsor of the year:

Web project of the year

Album/EP of the year

Promoter of the year

Event of the year

Venue of the year

Video of the year

DJ of the year

Track of the year

Electronaut 2013

Friday, April 05, 2013


Imediatori is a late night variety show covering the pop culture, lifestyle, new technologies and popular science. The program includes short features, music live performances, music videos and interviews with celebrities and experts.
The show is written produced and hosted by Sergi Gvarjaladze.
Some segments are presented by journalist working on the show.
The show is also presented on the Facebook, where the viewers can interact with the show team and can find more information on subjects covered in the program.
At the end of every show a short interview before a late night documentary is conducted.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Select2 (Selector) - a new web exclusive show

Select2 (Selector) - a new web exclusive show is being produced for
The magazine is presented by Nino Daraseli and Sergi Gvarjaladze and covers popculture, lifestyle and art.
Due to be broadcast mid April.

Sunday, December 25, 2011

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Sunday, November 06, 2011


Pakozetka (What women always wanted to know about men)- a weekly lifestyle program hosted by famous Polish comedian and TV presenter Katarzyna Pakosinska premiers on TVNStyle (Poland). 

The show is compiled from features and interviews on intimate and humorous topics with Polish male celebrities.
Created by Katarzyna Pakosinska and Sergi Gvarjaladze

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Code Liverpool

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A character driven documentary film with a working title “Code Liverpool” retraces the past and present of five Georgian band members who had traveled to Liverpool in the early 90s in an attempt to break into the British music scene with their unique Indie pop. Sergi Gvarjaladze - former member of the Genetic Code sets out to find the remaining band members, who are scattered all over the world, including in London, Tbilisi and New Orleans. His aim is to determine how the fateful trip to Liverpool had impacted each of their lives.
The documentary  is due to be developed and coproduced with ForG Productions .

Thursday, August 18, 2011

TV version of the award for Georgian innovative pop culture "Electronauts" has been broadcast on Channel One of Georgian Public Broadcasting.


Saturday, May 07, 2011

This is the official list of the artists playing at this year’s Electronauts award ceremony:
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Friday, May 06, 2011

Electronauts / news alert


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Georgian internet radio portal and Electronauts (Annual Awards for Georgian Popculture) had reached an agreement on collaboration deal to promote this year’s award ceremony. A separate radio channel for all the nominated tracks has been set on the portal.

The online voting by the general public and by the international jury has already started. Live appearances of more then 10 bands are scheduled this year, the final list will be announced on 9th of May. The major prize (Electronaut 2010) has been created by the well known Georgian artist Mamuka Jafaridze.

This year's event will be held mid May, at the National Music Center and will be organized by the Electronauts Foundation, Komunamedia, Stromboli and Georgian Events.

The final TV version will be broadcast on Channel One of Georgian TV, TV PIK and Musicbox at the end of May.