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2012

“Varduhi Varderesyan”

“Varduhi Varderesyan”
2012
Script Writer
Ara Mnatsakanyan
Director
Ara Mnatsakanyan
Cameraman Arthur Aroyan

30 minutes

A Film-Portrait,wchich features ASSR Peoples’ Artist Varduhi Varderesyan.

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“The Armenian Theater of Tbilisi Yesterday, Today and…. Forever”

“The Armenian Theater of Tbilisi Yesterday, Today and…. Forever”
2012
Script Writer
Eduard Yedikiselov
Director
Eduard Yedikiselov
Cameraman Mkrtich Khachatryan

50 minutes

The film is dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the Armenian Theater in Tbilisi. In the film actors and directors that at one time or another worked at the theater as well as other representatives of the artistic community share their memories of the theater thus allowing to learn about the one and half century history of the theater. The film also features episodes from various performances that were once staged in the theater.

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“Grandpa Samvel”

"Grandpa Samvel"
2012
Director Arsen Gasparyan
Cameraman Davit Berberyan

26 minutes

The film is about an elderly man, who due to his searching mind found an occupation, which is both his hobby and allows him to provide for his family. He finds foreigners and sells them his own CDs with Armenian Folk Songs.

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“Together in this World”


“Together in this World”
(in cooperation with “Pite” studio)
2012
Director
Ruben Gevorgyants Junior
Cameraman Sergey Sanoyan

45 minutes

The film tells about the country that was the first to recognize the Armenian Genocide internationally- Uruguay. The key story of the film is the story about the Armenian Community in Uruguay with Armenian Churches, clubs, radio stations, schools and interviews with representatives of the community. It also features the streets and squares the names of which are connected with Armenia.

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“We Exist”

“We Exist”
2012
Script Writer
Armen Khachatryan
Director
Armen Khachatryan
Cameraman Armen Khachatryan

66 minutes

Around 2 million Armenians live currently on the territory of Western Armenia, who have to hide their origin and identity…
Hamshen, Moush, Van, Dersim…
The long road runs from Hamshen to Dersim… The inhabitants of these two places are as different as the nature. These people have the most different occupations from a shopowner to a journalist and a blacksmith, but what unites them is their true origin- all of them have Armenian roots, the necessity to conceal their identity out of the fear of extermination.
But they dare to speak out and tell their stories and these stories are stories of pain and suffering. These stories constantly remind of the Armenian Genocide…
They speak to say that they still exist and that they keep on living…

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