Eteri Nioradze is a Georgian-Circassian filmmaker based in Los Angeles. Eteri's creative journey has been shaped by her diverse cultural background and her unwavering passion for film and art.
Born in Moscow, Eteri earned her Master's Degree in Cultural Studies/Mass Communications from the Moscow State University of Culture and Arts and worked for over 12 years as a marketing and PR professional. Then she embarked on a film studies program with a filmmaking class at Moscow Film School and a course at the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles that included a production workshop at Universal Studios. Her debut short film "Please, Have a Seat!", which she wrote, directed, and produced, has garnered the attention of dozens of film festivals, including the Academy Award, the Canadian Screen Award, and IMDB qualifying festivals.
Surrounded by beautiful nature and the artistic community in Los Angeles, she felt inspired to explore new forms of self-expression. It was during this time that she discovered her passion for painting. The vivid and colorful experiences of her life in California found their way onto the canvas.
Alongside her film and art projects, she produces marketing campaigns and content. She loves to tell engaging stories. Her creative expertise enables her to create impactful projects and build meaningful connections between organizations and their audiences, as well as between art and its audience.