Hollywood stars Andy Garcia and Sharon Stone attended the premiere of a film about the Georgia-Russia war - The Five Days of August that describes the conflict as Russian aggression. `Five Days of August`, directed by veteran Renny Harlin and co-produced by a Georgian minister, focuses on a fictional American reporter trying to establish the truth about atrocities committed during the five-day conflict in 2008. The premiere was held at the Rustaveli Movie Theatre, which the guests left for the Rustaveli Theatre, where a charity event was held aiming to donate to the Foundation for Assisting IDPs. Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili and First Lady Sandra Roelofs were present at the reception. Georgian President addressed the guests in Georgian and English languages. Renny Harlin and Andy also addressed the guests, recollecting the days spent in Georgia as very warm memory. But the guests were surprised when Andy Garcia stepped on the stage and played on the piano. He dedicated the composition to Georgia. Georgian singer Sopho Nizharadze, folk band Lashari and Evgeni Mikeladze orchestra conducted by Nika Memanishvili performed a concert for the guests last night.