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Armen Ronov

Armen Rononv (born 1971)
A honourable member of the Artists' Union of Armenia, as well as  a member of Russia’s and UNESCO's Professional Artists’ Unions. He is  a memeber of  Cinematographers’ Confederation, member of Armenia’s Cinematographers’  and Armenia's Theater workers’ Unions. In 1986, Armen Ronov graduated from the School of Art named after Hakob Kojoyan in Yerevan. In 1996, he  studied at  the Yerevan State Institute  of Theater and Cinematography.  In 1999, he enterd  the cinema world with his debut documentary film  Behold, a Virgin,  for  which he served as production designer, screenwriter and  director.  Ronov conceived  the movie genre  called Ratio of the free antilogics,  which is based on  expression of  an imaginary world, in conjunction with the elements of animation and artistic interpretation. In  2006, he made his debut feature  Poprishchin.  The film was credited  by national and international festivals with  being  monocinematography. Distinguished characteristics of Ronov's works are: associative editing, colorfulness and reflection of the dreamy and spiritual atmosphere.

Filmography
Behold, a Virgin (1999), Ghost (2001), Homily-8/34 (2001), Carlos (2003), Gregory (2004), Nareg Antabian (2005), Varuzhan Vardanyan (2005), Shadows (2006),, Hakob Hakobyan (2006), Poprishchin (2006), Felix (2006), The Face (2007),  Speranza (2007), Anna Karenina (2008), Kamancha (2008), Poems (2009), Prince of Genius (2009), Kanоn (2009), Passion of Gregory (2010), Van Khachatur (2010), Armenian of Cesena (2011), Burning Bush Friendship (2011), Your Pain Is Mine (2012), My Little Prince (2012), Winter Apple (2013), Dumb Son’s Fable (2013), Arto ½ (2017).

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