The sculptor Khachatur Iskandaryan was born in Yerevan, 90 years ago. He saw old Yerevan with its diny, winding streets, its humble, poor people, the so called Ghantari Tak market, the first tram on Astafyan street The city changed in front of him: constructions, squares, dwelling houses all around... But first of all it's the people who represented the image of our city that remain in his memory very brightly. He immortalized them all in his sculptures, which though being small have never humiliated the posers. So the city gets older, and the sculptor with it, whose memories are closely connected to Yerevan.
CAST & CREW
Director of Photography
Hayk Documentary Film Studio G. Chaush 50, Yerevan, Armenia,
Grigor Harutyunyan graduated from the Department of Culture at the Yerevan State Pedagogical Institut named after K. Abovyan in 1980. From 1981 to 1984, he worked as a director at Yerevan Film Studio. In 1987, he started to work at Hayfilm Film Studio, and then at Hayk Documentary Fi1m Studio where he continues to work to this day.
Theatrical Square (1989), Meetings in Israel (1990), La Bedum (1993), Untitled (i997), The Town of Varos (2002), Momik (2003), On the Wheels (2006), When the Field Guns are Silent (2007), Saroyan's Will (2008), Kayatsum (2009), Tracing Armenian Book Printing Culture (2013), Fidelity (2014), Two Portraits (2015), The Old Man and the City (2017).