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Sudestival - Gemellaggi

I Gemellaggi

Golden Apricot

GOLDEN APRICOT INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL

Years of passion and love for cinema resulted in the establishment of Golden Apricot Yerevan International Film Festival in 2004. Before then, It was just a dream, a thought in three people’s minds: Harutyun Khachatryan, Film Director and Festival General Director; Mikayel Stamboltsyan, Film Critic and Program Director; and Susanna Harutyunyan, Film Critic and Artistic Director, until it became reality in Yerevan, the capital city of Republic of Armenia. The film festival's name refers to the apricot, a fruit native to Armenia. Whose Latin name is “prunus аrmeniaсa” which translates to “the Armenian plum.” A popular symbol of the country, the warm colour of apricot is even found on the tricolored Armenian national flag.

N.I.C.E.

N.I.C.E. – NEW ITALIAN CINEMA EVENTS

N.I.C.E. - New Italian Cinema Events is a non-profit cultural association founded in 1991 by a group of film professionals, with the aim to promote the new Italian cinema abroad through cultural exchanges and festivals. A 25th year-old traveling showcase of contemporary Italian films made by 1st and 2nd-time directors, across the USA, Russia and China!

ShorTS

SHORTS – INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Dal 2000, anno della sua costituzione, l’Associazione Maremetraggio promuove l’attività cinematografica, il suo studio e la sua diffusione attraverso l’organizzazione di festival, conferenze, corsi di formazione professionale e workshop. Per il raggiungimento dei suoi scopi l’Associazione organizza annualmente ShorTS – International Film Festival (fino al 2013 chiamato Festival Maremetraggio), festival competitivo dedicato ai cortometraggi provenienti da tutto il mondo e al cinema indipendente italiano.