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Template:Armenianfilmlist A list of notable films produced in the country of Armenia

Contents

1950s

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1956
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1957
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1958
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1959
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1960s

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1960
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1961
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1962
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1963
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1964
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1965
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1966
Barev, yes em Frunze Dovlatyan Entered into the 1966 Cannes Film Festival
1967
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1968
Նռան գույնը
The Color of Pomegranates
Sergei Parajanov Sofiko Chiaureli Biography, Drama Listed as one of the 100 most significant films of the century by Time Out[1]
1969
The Color of Armenian Land (film) Mikhail Vartanov Martiros Saryan, Minas Avetisyan, Sergei Parajanov Documentary In his wordless debut, Mikhail Vartanov presents the world-famous behind-the-scenes episodes of Sergei Parajanov at work on his landmark film The Color of Pomegranates as well as the ancient and modern art of Armenia through post-impressionist painter Martiros Saryan's silent commentary of gestures.

1970s

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1970
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1971
Autumn Pastoral (film) Mikhail Vartanov Documentary
1972
And So Every Day (film) Mikhail Vartanov Documentary
1973
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1974
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1975
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1976
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1977
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1978
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1979
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1980s

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1980
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1981
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1982
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1983
Hey, who is there? Rouben Kochar Film-Ballet Modern Film Innovation/ Laureate of Lenin's Komsomol
1984
Memories Rouben Kochar Musical
1985
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1986
Lilit Rouben Kochar Film Ballet Innovation in Modern Movie Prize of Musical Film Winner in Arsenal International Avangard Film Festival, Latvia, 1988
1987
Erased Faces (film) Mikhail Vartanov Documentary The last work Vartanov made in Armenia was the trilogy consisting of Erased Faces (film), Minas: A Requiem (film) and his masterpiece Parajanov: The Last Spring (film)
1988
Avetik Rouben Kochar Feature
1989
In This Stone is My Soul(film) Mikhail Vartanov Documentary Vartanov interconnects ancient Armenian music, poetry and architecture in this variation on the dream project of his life which Armenian authorities had banned in the 1960s for its religious themes.
Minas: A Requiem (film) Mikhail Vartanov Documentary The last work Vartanov made in Armenia was the trilogy consisting of Erased Faces (film), Minas: A Requiem (film) and his masterpiece Parajanov: The Last Spring (film)

1990s

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1990
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1991
Amen inch lav e (Everything is alright) Robert Sahakyants Animation / Comedy Political satire about the last years of Soviet Russian rule over Armenia.
Anitzvatznere Dmitri Kesayants Crime / Drama What happens to an innocent man who is condemned to prison? Could he survive as a human being?
Bobo (film) Arsen Azatian, Narine Mkrtchian Documentary Film dedicated to Sergei Parajanov. It is a unique psychoanalysis of the extraordinary existence of the great artist.
1992
Parajanov: The Last Spring (film) Mikhail Vartanov Sergei Parajanov Documentary Influential documentary about the imprisoned genius Sergei Parajanov who was persecuted by the Soviet government for his unruly life style and non-conformist films "Sayat Nova : The Color of Pomegranates" and "Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors" -- regarded as some of the greatest masterpieces of the 20th century.
Avetik Don Askarian Drama
Avlos Alik Asatryan Short A young woman wanders in a scrap heap, gathering different objects, out of which she an object of adoration, or maybe an unknown instrument, which she wants to use it, to carry her voice to heaven.
1993
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1994
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1995
Hamlet Rouben Kochar feature Award "Best Ten Films of the Year" in West Hollywood Independent Film Festival
1996
Anverj patmutyun Martyn Shakhbazyan Documentary The history of the Armenian cinema since its birth told by the people who created it.
1997
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1998
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1999
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2000s

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
2000
Herostratus Rouben Kochar Hovhannes Babakhanyan, Vladimir Msryan, Jean Pierre Nshanyan Full Length Feature Film President's Award Winner at Ajijik International Film Festival, Mexiko/ Award Winner in Mostra FF, Brazil
2001
Andmicht Ruben Gevorkyants
2002
Alicia Sarky Mouradian Lucine Sargsyan Drama
Aratte-spazanm, tservery, erkir Edgar Baghdasaryan Documentary A movie with no dialog, only a suitable accompanying score, it travels from Athens, to Jerusalem, to Rome to Armenia to Karabagh and back focusing on Armenian religious rites, rituals and holy sites.
2003
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2004
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2005
Arahet Rouben Kochar Harutyun Movsisyan, Zhanetta Chase, Narine Lalayan, Armen Elbakyan, Ashot Adamyan, Karen Janibekyan, Rajeev Chhibber, Margo Muradyan, Vladimir Abajyan Drama About US immigration
2006
Amen inch lav e (Everything is alright) Robert Sahakyants Animation / Short / Comedy
2007
Խճճված զուգահեռներ
Bonded Parallels
Hovhannes Galstyan Laurence Ritter, Sos Janibekyan,
Siri Helene Muller, Serge Avedikian
Drama, History
2008
METAMORPHOSIS Rouben Kochar Eddie DeLeon, Narine Lalayan, Hovhannes Babakhanyan, Jean-Pierre Nshanian, Goga Stefany Fantastic , Detective, Drama

References

  1. ^ Filmstie.com

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