GOLDEN APRICOT IFF: Day FourthBack 14 July 2016 11:38
Morning press conferences continued on the fourth day. Armenian Panorama National Competition participant Jivan Avetisyan (The last inhabitant) and Nino Basilia with her Anna’s Life (International Feature Competition) were introduced to the journalists.
Later on Russian documentary filmmaker Vitaly Mansky had a meeting/master class with students and film loversat the AGBU center.
GOLDEN APRICOT IFF held its annual award Let Therebe Light, founded by His Holiness Karekin II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians. The prize was bestowed upon Roman Balayan for his tangible and valuable contribution to world cinema.
With a screening of François Truffaut’s Day for Night the festival celebrated the opening of Jacqueline Bisset’s retrospective program.
In the evening, film screenings were continued in Boghosyan Gardens.Lara Izagirre’s An Autumn Without Berlin was screened as part of the festival’s Basque Film Program.
The fourth day of the festival was wrapped up at a midnight meeting at The Club.