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Artour Aristakisian


Artour Aristakisian was born on October 11, 1961 in Kishinyov, Moldavian SSR, USSR [now Chisinau, Republic of Moldova]. He is a director and writer, known for Palms (1994), A Place on Earth (2001) and Yearning (1990). See full bio »

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Known For

Palms Director
(1994)
A Place on Earth Director
(2001)
Yearning Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1990)

Filmography

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 1994 Palms (Documentary)
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 1994 Palms (Documentary)
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 1994 Palms (Documentary)
 1990 Yearning (second assistant director - as A. Aristakesyan)
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 1994 Palms (Documentary) (producer)
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 2013 Pussy Riot: The Movement (Documentary)
Self
 2007 Interview with Artur Aristakisyan (Video documentary short)
Self
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Alternate Names:

A. Aristakesyan | Artur Aristakisyan
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Trivia:

Won San Francisco Int'l Film Festival's award a year before Mikhail Vartanov won for Parajanov: The Last Spring (1992); both are Russian speaking Armenian directors, neither were born in Armenia.

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