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Arno Babajanyan is one of the brightest composers of the 20th century. His songs became the object of universal worship immediately after their release. The country's best singers lined up for his songs, and poets considered it an honor to write poems for his songs. For more than half a century, his symphonies, quartets and rhapsodies have been performed by great musicians in the best concert halls of the world. From Kaliningrad to Vladivostok, from the Far North to the Southern fringes of the Soviet Union, his talent and truly great music became a part of every Soviet citizen's life.
71 min | 2020 | Armenia
Turkey, a village, today. A French filmmaker of Armenian origin returns to his roots. Four times in three decades, the director and actor Serge Avédikian returned to Sölöz, his grandparents' village located 170 km south of Istanbul. Throughout his successive returns from 1987 to 2019, he has drawn from this experience a powerful film on the themes of identity, historical truth and reconciliation.
65 min | 2021 | France
For thirty years, Chinari's inhabitants have been trying to survive the war between the Azeris and the Armenians and the difficult conditions imposed by the blockade. Among them, there is the Petrossian family. The film accompanies their daily life in their struggle for survival.
85 min | 2020 | Armenia