A Talk with Frunze Dovlatyan
A Talk with Frunze Dovlatyan

A Talk with Frunze Dovlatyan

Director Eduard Hambardzumyan

Production year 2017

Length 28min.

Country Russia


The film tells about the life and artistic path of the renowned Armenian director Frunze Dovlatyan; about how difficult was in the Soviet era to shoot such films as Morning Trains, Hello, It Is Me!, Saroyan Brothers, Chronicle of Yerevan Days, Delivery, etc.


Eduard Hambardzumyan
Eduard Hambardzumyan



Mher Mkrtchyan, Arkadi Grigoryan


Eduard Hambarzumian

Director of Photography

Tigran Petrosyan


Tatyana Rijova

Production company(ies)


Eduard Hambardzumyan

Eduard Hambardzumyan graduated from the Department of Culture of the Armenian State Pedagogical Institute after Kh.Abovyan (Sergei Israyelyan’s workshop). Later he specialized in Mosfilm and VGIK, where in 2009, he defended his thesis (tutor: Armen Medvedev) and earned the Candidate of Arts degree. Since 2005, as producer and director he is involved in documentary film production both in Armenia and Russia.


Iren (2003), Tsil Busats (2004), End of the Age (2004), Puzzle (2005), Serik (2005), Sergei Gerasimov. Life in Feature (2006), Vardan Petrosyan: Unfinished Monologue (2007), Twenty Years Later (2010), Armenian Song (2010), Two Men in Town (2010), The Monastery of Tatev (2010), Nerses Hovhannisyan: Portrait in Mosaic (2011), Last Interview with Yavuryan (2012), Arno (2012), Four Days with Jigarkhanyan (2012), A Talk with Frunze Dovlatyan (2017).

FILMS 2017