Giga Agladze was born on October 12, 1974 in Tbilisi. In 1996 he graduated from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Faculty of Economics, in 2005 from Shota Rustaveli University of Theater and Film, Faculty of Film and Television Directing (Rezo Chkheidze and David Natsvlishvili Studio).
Giga has a huge experience as a director of advertisements and music videos. He worked on almost 100 videos throughout his career. He is the founder of Grusin Production and AG Production.
In 2017, He became local partners of Esteemed American filmmaker David Lynch and they founded David Lynch Foundation Caucasus (DLFC) a branch of the director's international organization, that is supportive to strengthen for cinema institute and for cinema projects between Georgian and Hollywood.
He directed and produced few famous documentary films. Alan (2016) about Legendary Alan Rickman, Hennessy, Eight Generation (2016). He with Dato Turashvili filmed a trilogy documentary about famous Georgian artist immigrants living in Paris. He has shot two short films The Iron Curtain (2013) and Henry (2016). In 2019, he directed The Other Me, starring Jim Sturgess and Andreja Pejić, Executive Producer David Lynch. In 2020 Giga shot a short fiction film The 47th day of May.