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20,000 people watched From Ararat to Zion film in Moscow Cinema in May

20,000 people watched From Ararat to Zion film in Moscow Cinema in May

PanARMENIAN.Net - CEO of Moscow Cinema Martun Adonyan said that 20,000 people watched From Ararat to Zion documentary in the cinema, and it has left behind even Avatar film by the number of viewers. 92% of the cinema visitors came to watch this film in May, said Adonyan.

From Ararat to Zion film was named the best Documentary-Europe of Swansea Bay Film Festival, Great Britain.

The film will be also presented at Moscow film festival and Docuwest festival in Colorado.

“We are happy that positive opinions about the film made representatives of the Diaspora to watch it,” said producer of the film, priest Mesrop Aramyan, adding that the public’s positive reaction to the film proves that low-quality TV programs have not spoiled the Armenian audience’s taste.

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