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Sergei Parajanov, Dodo Abashidze

Albert Yavuryan (1935, Leninakan, now Gyumry - 2007, Yerevan)
One of the best cameramen of Armenian cinema. In 1964 graduated from the Cinematography Department of Moscow All-Union Institute of Cinema (VGIK) (L. Kosmatov's master-class). He is the Director of Photography of many classic films of national cinema. Worked with Sergei Parajanov. Javuryan had a successful pedagogical career; he was professor and the head of Cinema Department of Yerevan State Pedagogical University.

Filmography
A Town - One Street (1964), Hello, It’s Me (1965), If You Happen to Come to Us to Haghpat (1965, doc.), Seven Songs about Armenia (1967, doc.), A Meeting at an Exhibition (1968, short), Do Not Ring, Bell, Do Not Ring (1968, doc.), It’s Spring, It Snows... (1969), Echoes of the Past (1970), Chronicle of Yerevan Days (1972), The Last Deed of Kamo (1973), Here, on This Crossroads (1974), Delivery (1976), Neutral Situation (1978, short), Snow in Mourning (Co-camera - G. Hayrapetov, 1978), Live Long (1979), The Flight Starts from the Earth (1980), Farewell beyond the Border (1981), The Mekhitarists (1982, doc.), Mechanics of Happiness (1982), A Self-Portrait (1982. doc), Echmiadzin (1983, doc.), Fire (1983), The Barber Whose Uncle Had His Head Bitten off by Circus Tiger (1983), A Lonely Walnut Tree (1986), Strange Games (1986), Arshak II (co-camera - G. Hayrapetov, 1988), Ashik Kerib (1988), Bobo (1991), Three Sailors in a Hot Desert (1991, short), Tovarishch/Comrade (1991, Iran), Radio-Yerevan (1992), P. S. (Co-cam. - A. Mirakyan, 1993, short), Disarmament (1994, Iran), Labyrinth (Co-cam. - V. Ter-Hakobyan, V. Petrosyan,1995), Silhouette
(Dreams) (Co-cam.- A. Mkrtchyan, 1999)

 

 

 

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