The National Film Awards
In March 2012, for the first time in the Armenian cinema history National Film Awards will take place in Yerevan.
92 films will be presented for the awards in 12 nominations: best picture, best director, best artist, best music, best cameraman, best actress, best actor, best screenwriter, best short film, best documentary film, best animated film, best debut of the year. The jury of the awards will award the National Film Prize after two voting phases.
Besides main nomination categories a special prize will be awarded for the contribution to the Armenian film development. The statute to be awarded to the chosen nominees is already ready. It represents a combination of forefingers and thumbs of two hands and is made from marble and gold-plated bronze. It is called "hayak" in Armenian.
Points of Interest
Armenian Genocide Museum Cafesjian Art Museum Children Art Gallery Erebuni Museum History Museum of Armenia House Museum of Aram Khachaturian House Museum of Hovhannes Tumanyan Matenadaran Middle East Museum National Gallery of Armenia Saryan Museum Sergey Parajanov Museum
Events in Yerevan
ARAX Concert In Yerevan Armenian Genocide Commemoration April 24 Bernd Glemser Concert Chinese Concert in Yerevan Dima Bilan In Yerevan Golden Apricot Film Festival Halloween in Yankee Pub Japanese Xylography in Armenia Junior Eurovision La Fete at Kami Club New Year at Facebook Club Panarmenian Games Patriotic Music Evening Pilaqyan Show Part 10 Stevie Wonder in Armenia TEDx in Yerevan for 2012 The National Film Awards Trio Jazz Khoube Unmanned Aircraft Wine and Jazz Music Evening Yerevan 101 Contest