The first week of national movement of 1988 presented with photographs and recordings.
CAST & CREW
Hamlet Hakobyan, Narine Karapetyan
Tigran Khzmalyan studied and taught at the Department of Philology of Yerevan State University. In 1991, he graduated from the Moscow Higher Courses for Scriptwriters and Filmmakers. In 1992-1994, during the war in Artsakh Khzmalyan worked as a journalist of A1 and Vesti TV Companies. From 1994-1996, he served in the Armenian Congress of USA as a political analyst. In 1996-1997, Tigran Khzmalyan was the Deputy Director of the United Nations Department of Public Information Office in Armenia. In 1997-2005, he headed Yerevan TV Studio.
The Lesson (1991), Black&White (1996), Soccer of 1973 (1998), Death of King (1998), Pierlequin or Lighter than Air (2000), Velvet Revolution # 88 (2001), Once Upon a Time in Armenia (2001), 33 Minutes about Peleshian (2003), Lovember (2004), Armin Wegner, the Genocide Photographer (2005), Opera (2008), Sardarapat Deja Vu (2008), Yerevan’s Greatest Secret (2009), Portrait of Jesus Alive (2009), Tigranakert (2010), To Ararat (2010), Armenian Queens (2014)։