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Ashot Mkrtchyan

Ashot Mkrtchyan (born 1957)
In 1985, Ashot Mkrtchyan graduated from the Cinematography Department of Moscow All-Russian State University of Cinematography (VGIK). He worked at Hayfim Studio as well as Hayk Documentary Films Studio - his actual collaborator. He served as cinematographer for such films as Comrade Panjuni, Catastrophe, The black Wall, Lost paradise, Prison Art, Reveries, A Touch among others. From 2005, Ashot Mkrtchyan is the founder director of IFAM LLC (Independent Filmmakers) Studio. In collaboration with international organizations he shot numerous social videos and films (Trafficking, The Armenian Woman or..., The Yogurt Is Black, Listen to Me..., etc.).

 

Filmography
Winter Melody (1995), Prison Art (1996), “Serenade” in Europe (1996), Non–Stop (1998), Arakel (2001), This Is Armenia (2002), Kajaran (2002), Seven Indian Boys (2006), Geghard (2008), Avetis (2009), Being Different (2012), Origines (2016).

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