Armenia to feature new format in Cannes Film Market 2012

Armenia to feature new format in Cannes Film Market 2012

PanARMENIAN.Net - On May 16-27, the National Film Center of Armenia will participate in the Cannes Film Market of the Annual International Film Festival for the 4th time already.

According to the official website of the Armenian Ministry of Culture, Armenia will come up in a new format this year, aiming for a more comprehensive presentation of its films.

Armenian film companies represented by the National Film Center of Armenia will have a separate pavilion to organize a number of events (film screenings, reception, meetings, discussions, etc).

Armenian producers will present various film projects including movies, ReAnimania International Animation Film Festival, etc.

Gevorg Gevorgyan, director of the National Film Center of Armenia will head the Armenian delegation to Cannes Film Market.

Other delegates will include Shushanik Mirzakhanyan (director of Hayk documentary film studio), Taguhi Torosyan (manager, presentation coordinator), Vanuhi Dunamalyan (interpreter, manager, pavilion coordinator), etc.

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