“Somebody Loves You” Armenian helmer’s short at Cannes

“Somebody Loves You” Armenian helmer’s short at Cannes

PanARMENIAN.Net - The St. Petersburg-based Armenian helmer Evelina Barseghyan’s Somebody Loves You will be screened at Cannes Short Film Corner’s Out of Competition program.

The short film starring newcomers Arevik Gevorgyan and Karlos Muradyan follows a 24 years old villager girl, Ani, who strives to find her own way in life, challenging stagnant rural morality.

Organized by the Festival de Cannes, the Short Film Corner is the essential rendez-vous for filmmakers.

Since 2004, short film producers and directors have chosen the Short Film Corner as the place to present their films, make meetings reality and take decisive steps for their future careers.

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