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EVENTS

News 2014-2015

2014 premieres and demonstrations

“Moscow” cinema

“Women’s planet”- dir. R. Gevorgyants, V. Gevorgyants

“Loyalty”- dir. G. Harutyunyan

 

H. Malyan theatre cinema-hall

“We exist”- dir. A. Khachatryan

“My border”- dir. A. Khachatryan

 

A. Babajanyan Philharmonic small concert hall

“Komitasian ceaseless symphony”- dir. A. Gasparyan

 

Yerevan State University

“Taking place”- dir. G. Harutyunyan

 

Hall of the Armenian Academy of Sciences

“Eternal flight: Hrant Dink”- Hrant Hakobyan

 

Demonstrations organized by Yerevan Municipality

School after A. Pushkin- “Saroyan’s testament”- dir. Harutyunyan

School after N. Aghbalyan- “Saroyan’s testament”- dir. Harutyunyan

 

Within the framework of the international film festival “Golden Apricot” of Yerevan the premieres of the following films have been organized:

“Blood is thicker than water”- dir. Ch. Leighton

“Komitasian ceaseless symphony”- dir. A. Gasparyan

“Reviving Odzun”- dir. S. Khachatryan

 

 

News 2015

Within the framework of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide from March 31 to April 31, 2014 the following films dedicated to the genocide were shown in “Moscow” cinema free of charge:

 

“Armenian history” film series

“Armenia in the early 19th and late 20th centuries. The great Armenian genocide”

 

Script writers  Vahan Ter-Ghazaryan

Georgi Kevorkov

Director           Georgi Kevorkov

 

 

“Another motherland. The journal of Maria Jacobsen”

Script writer and director Vrezh Petrosyan

 

“Return or we exist-2”

Script writer and director Armen Khachatryan

 

“Meeting”

Script writer and director Hrant Hakobyan

 

On September 8, 2015 in “IH&MFF” international historical and military film  festival (Warsaw, Poland) the film “Another motherland: the journal of Maria     Jacobsen” /dir. V. Petrosyan/ got the “Icon” award of the Polish Army.

 

From November 13 to 15, 2015 the premiere of the film “Another motherland: the journal of Maria Jacobsen” took place in the motherland of the heroine of the film Maria Jacobsen: in the cities of Copenhagen and  Aarhus of Denmark.

 

On November 25, 2015 it was the premiere of “Armenian history” film series, “April 24” (“Armenian scholars, killed during the Armenian Genocide”) in H. Malyan theatre hall.

 

 

On November 27, 2015 it was the premiere of the film “Our Armenak” in H. Malyan theatre hall.