Director: Vahe Yan
Script: Karine Harutyunyan
Director of Photography: Robert Kharazyan
Editor: Ara Mkrtchyan
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Two Paths tells about lives of two deaf people - the way they live, think and work. Gohar likes painting. She dreams to sell her paintings and travel around the world, to help her parents and her brother's family. Hayk is a dancer. He can’t imagine his life without dance. Hayk wins the first prize in the most prestigious dancing competition of Armenia. His dream is to have a place to teach dancing. Their paths are different, and at the same time close to each other. The film is an attempt to penetrate into a world, which is very rich in colors. A world that we have isolated from us.
Yan (Ghazaryan), Vahe
Vahe Yan (Ghazaryan, born 1981, Vanadzor, Armenia)
Studied at the Yerevan State Institute of the Cinema and Theatre (1998-2003), graduated as a director (Diploma with excellence). Since 2005 has been working at Shoghakat TV Company, directing documentary films and programs. In 2001, he won The Best director's Prize at the Students’ Annual Competition-Festival for staging Jonathan Livingstone Seagull staging. In 2007, Vahe Yan was awarded the Diploma for Cane at “It’s me” International Youth FF. In 2007. Cane was awarded also the Diploma at the Vmeste International Documentary FF, Yalta. In 2008, Vahe Yan’s My World received the Diploma at the “Eurasia. Social Portrait” International Journalist Competition-Festival, Moscow, and Special Prize at the Vmeste IFF, Yalta. In 2010 The Present, another documentary by him, was awarded the Diploma by the Armenian Union of Cinematographers in the Short Films Competition of the One Shot, One Minute IFF, Yerevan.
Myuron, Enduring Power (2008), My World (2007), Suicide (2010), Cane (2006), The Present (2009), Two Paths (2011), Ruben Gevorgyants: The magician's Life (2010), Tigran Mansuryan: The Space of the Sounds (2011), Robert Amirkhanyan: Soil and Love (2011).