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Albert Yavuryan (1935–2007)

Albert Yavuryan was born on August 26, 1935 in Leninakan, Armenian SSR, TSFSR, USSR as Albert Garnikovich Yavuryan. He was a cinematographer and writer, known for Ashug-Karibi (1988), Barev, yes em (1966) and Khal'e selah (1993). He died on November 3, 2007 in Yerevan, Armenia. See full bio »


(age 72) in Yerevan, Armenia

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Ashug-Karibi Cinematographer
Barev, yes em
Barev, yes em Cinematographer
Khal'e selah
Khal'e selah Cinematographer
Bobo Cinematographer


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 1996 Labirintos (co-cinematographer)
 1993 Khal'e selah
 1993 P.S. (Short)
 1993 Tavarish
 1991 Bobo (Documentary)
 1991 Bobo the Bogeyman (Documentary)
 1988 Ashug-Karibi
 1986 Otar khagher
 1984 Hrdeh
 1980 Trichqe sksvum e yerkrits (TV Movie)
 1978 Sneg v traure
 1977 Yerkunq
 1967 Yot yerg Hayastani masin (Documentary)
 1966 Barev, yes em
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