YEREVAN—Organizers of the 13th Golden Apricot Yerevan Film Festival on July 6 presented the cooperation with a number of Foreign Missions accredited to Armenia. The best French, Russian and British films will screened within the framework of the festival.
Golden Apricot Film Festival in cooperation with British Council in Armenia will present a special film program, dedicated to the 400th anniversary of renowned British writer William Shakespeare’s death. The best films, based on Shakespeare’s works, will be screened in the frames of the program.
The “French New Cinema” program will be realized in cooperation with the Embassy of France in Armenia. It includes the best three films of French production. The program will open with Two Remis, Two, (2015) by Pierre Léon.
The “Danish New Cinema” program will be implemented in cooperation with the Danish Film Institute. The program will present the best Danish films of the last five years. The Commune (2015) by Thomas Winterberg will open the program.
The four best films by Basque directors will be presented in a separate film program titled “Basque New Cinema.” The film Autumn without Berlin (2015) by Lara Izagirre is to open the film program.
The Golden Apricot 13th International Film Festival will kick off on July 10 with the screening of Hamo Beknazaryan’s Zareh and will run through July 17.