Film on Armenian Genocide to compete at Berlin Festival

YEREVAN (Yerkir)–"The Skylark Farm," a film by the Italian brothers Paolo and Vittorio Taviani, will be screened at the Berlin International Film Festival on February 14 and 15. The film, a co-production of Italy, France, Spain and Bulgaria, is a story of a family who survived the Armenian Genocide. Canadian-Armenian actress Arsineh Khanjian, as well as Aljandro Presiosi and Angela Molina star in the film. The Berlinale is among the most prestigious film festivals and was established in 1951. The main prizes are golden and silver bears. "A Trip to Karabakh," a film by Georgian director Levan Tutberidze, will be also be screened at Berlin Festival on 14 February. This is the first time that a Georgian film has been presented in the international cinema market. The 57th Berlin International Film Festival kicked off on February 8 and will continue until February 18. More than 350 films from around the world will be screened at the film festival.


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