Ուրբաթ, 01. 03. 2024

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It is worth dying for art – Turkish director’s Genocide movie premiered at Venice festival

A Turkish-German director’s movie telling viewers about the Armenian Genocide has been screened at the 71st Venice International Film Festival.

The Cut, which was premiered at this year’s cultural movie event, vies for the Golden Lion prize, according to Hurriyet.

The director, Fatih Akin, had earlier faced threats by Turkish nationalists. “It is worth dying for the sake of art,” he said in that connection.

Armenian members of the creative group, including scriptwriter Martik Marin, actor Simon Abgaryan (better known to the Armenian audience as Rober Keshishyan), also attended the premier in Venice.

Fatih Akin 'The Cut' filminin galası için Venedik'te

Episodes from the movie

Fatih Akin 'The Cut' filminin galası için Venedik'te

Fatih Akin 'The Cut' filminin galası için Venedik'te

Akin with Tahar Rahim, the leading actor

Fatih Akin 'The Cut' filminin galası için Venedik'te

Martik Martin

 

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