The film "It's spring" about the four-day war in Artsakh continues to enjoy success at international film festivals, the film's official Instagram page posted.
The film made it to the semi-finals of the competition stage of the IFF Focus and also received the award of the IFF "Falcon".
The film was released in March of this year. It is about war, love, modern exploits, unity, formation of state thinking and patriotism through the eyes of three generations.
Aleksandr Khachatryan is the main producer of the film and Diana Avetisyan is the producer. Script writer Harutyun Ghukasyan, cameraman Suren Tadevosyan, composer Arman Elbert, editor Mikayel Torgomyan, artist Tigran Asaturov.
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