Born in 1982, Mariam Chachia graduated with honours from Shota Rustaveli Georgia State University of Theatre and Film - Drama Faculty in 2003, where she studied Theatre Directing. After university she worked in theatre as a director. In 2012, Mariam began her career in the documentary field. Her first feature documentary film Kirov Street #8 was co-produced with France. In 2014, she founded a film production company OpyoDoc and started producing her own documentaries. Her first film Listen to The Silence was premiered at DOK Leipzig 2016 and won The Golden Dove in the Next Masters Competition. In 2017, Mariam Chacia started producing the films of other directors as well. Currently she is in a post-production stage with the documentary project Abstumani - 101 Rooms co-directing with Nik Voigt.
Rubber (short TV series, 2007–2008), What Is an Election? (TV doc., 2009), This Is the Earth (anim., 2010), Kirov Street 8 (doc., 2013), Listen to the Silence (doc.,2016), Magic Mountain (Co-dir., doc., 2023)