'All Day Strolling' is a film about an isolated community in the Georgian mountains. The Fotskho settlement was built to accommodate the construction workers on one of the most ambitious Soviet projects; the highest arch dam in the world. After the collapse of the USSR the settlement was almost abandoned, until recently when, against a background of ruins a motley of buildings have begun to appear along with refugees sent there to find permanent homes. The film takes audience on a meander through this lost place in the remote area of a Post-Soviet state.
The film won the Best Documentary award at 'Exposures' film festival 2012 in Manchester.
Filmed, edited and directed by Sandro Kakabadze