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Open-Air Film Screenings at Cafesjian Sculpture Garden Start October 14

October 14, 2010
Open-air film screenings started at the Cafesjian Sculpture Garden on October 14 under “Kinoashun” (Cinema Autumn) festival.

Open-air film screenings started at the Cafesjian Sculpture Garden on October 14 under “Kinoashun” (Cinema Autumn) festival. The festival is organized by the National Cinema Center of Armenia and aims at giving wider recognition to the Armenian films and movies.

The screenings in the Cafesjian Sculpture Garden will be held every Thursday and Friday till November 6.

The first film to be shown is the legendary “Shor and Shorshor” by the founding father of Armenian cinema Hamo Beknazaryan.
 

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