Introduction of Four Films in "Armenia Film Week"
From the the Armenian Genocide in “1915” to “The Voice of Silence”
Art and Experience: Armenian Film Week is scheduled to be held at the Iranian Artists Forum in Tehran, the Hoveizeh Cinema Complex in Mashhad and the Golestan Cinema Complex in Shiraz from July 23 to 29. Other than “Moskvich, My Love” and “Map of Salvation”directed by Aram Shahbazyan, 4 feature films and 4 short films will go on screen during the film week. The films are included “1915” directed by Garin Hovannisian and Alec Mouhibian, “If Only Everyone” directed by Natalya Belyauskene, “The Voice of Silence” directed by Vigen Chaldranyan and “THE DAMNED” of Dimitri Kesayans.
Coming back of the dead
“1915” is about exactly 100 years after the Armenian Genocide, a theater director stages a play to bring the ghosts of the past back to life.
Friendship and The story of friendship
“If Only Everyone” is the story of friendship between an Armenian veteran of the Nagorno-Karabakh war and the daughter of one of his fallen comrades.
The Voice of Silence and the motherland
The “The Voice of Silence” film is an episode in the life of the director, a life full of surprises, and all the more so for being a cosmopolitan Armenian-American now standing on his native soil, his ultimate source of creative energy and ideas. In 1988, he left the motherland and achieved some success in Hollywood.
Story of “THE DAMNED” is about a young man was sent to jail after interrogate, he experiences a hard situation in there and the prisoners who aim to run