Hayk Karapetyan Winner of Latvian Cinema Centre
The National Film Centre of Latvia has announced the results of competition in film industry. The highest state financial support was given to directors Hayk Karapetyan and Yanis Nord movies. 208 thousand euros was given for the film “The Firstborn” by our compatriot Hayk Karapetyan. Latvian State Cinema Centre regularly organizes such kind of competitions due to which Latvian film industry workers get awards for realization of their projects. Note, that Hayk Karapetyan became known due to his first project called “The People are there”: that was the first film in recent years that won State Award. Hayk is also known for its horror film called “The Man in Orange Vest”, that is considered the pioneer of horror genre films in Baltic.
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