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Italian Documentary About the Armenian Genocide

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  • Italian Documentary About the Armenian Genocide

    [The following is an automatic translation using SYSTRAN. Siamanto]

    ITALY
    Italian Documentary on the genocide of the Armenians

    Thursday May 15, 2008, by Stephan/armenews


    The First World War in addition to causing victims and the destruction caused silence on the genocide of the Armenians.

    The total satisfying of Europe of then is the same one as that of Europe of now. From this observation was born this documentary: to include/understand this history made of so many little stories which sail in the sea of the memory and which, while mooring in the port of the present, seek to be made known. Our company however is not ready and perhaps will be it never to contribute to give force to these voices, being unaware of the need to leave the history passed to give a direction to the future history.

    Regia: Federico Rorato, Paolo Facco

    Produzione: Foveafilm

    Sceneggiatura E soggetto: Federico Rorato, Paolo Facco

    Montaggio E mixaggio: Federico Rorato, Paolo Facco

    Musica: QUID

    FILM - DOCUMENTARIO, Italia/Armenia

    Durata: 55 minuti Ca

    B/N/Colori

    Stake: 16:9

    2007

    This project was born in 2005 with the will to make the light on a dark and forgotten page of history: the Genocide of the Armenians. The documentary one, is based on direct interviews in Arménie and Italy with the extraordinary participation of intellectuals like Antonia Arslan, Professor Marcello Flores and Doctor Pietro Kuciukian.

    The documentary one was projetté in first world in Padoue on April 23, 2008.


    [The original French text]
    ITALIE
    Documentaire italien sur le génocide des Arméniens

    jeudi15 mai 2008, par Stéphane/armenews


    La première guerre mondiale en plus de provoquer des victimes et la destruction a provoqué le silence sur le génocide des Arméniens.

    Le total désintéressement de l’Europe d’alors est le même que celui de l’Europe de maintenant. De cette constatation est né ce documentaire : comprendre cette histoire faite de tant de petites histoires qui naviguent dans la mer de la mémoire et qui, en s’amarrant dans le port du présent,cherchent à se faire connaître. Notre societé cependant n’est pas prête et peut-être ne le sera jamais à contribuer à donner force à ces voix, ignorant le besoin de partir de l’histoire passée pour donner une direction à l’histoire future.

    Regia : Federico Rorato, Paolo Facco

    Produzione : Foveafilm

    Sceneggiatura e soggetto : Federico Rorato, Paolo Facco

    Montaggio e mixaggio : Federico Rorato, Paolo Facco

    Musica : QUID

    FILM - DOCUMENTARIO, Italia / Armenia

    Durata : 55 minuti ca.

    B/N/Colori

    Pal : 16:9

    2007

    Ce projet est né en 2005 avec la volonté de faire la lumière sur une page d’histoire sombre et oubliée : le Génocide des Arméniens. Le documentaire, est basé sur des interviews directes en Arménie et en Italie avec la participation extraordinaire d’intellectuels comme Antonia Arslan, le Professeur Marcello Flores et le Docteur Pietro Kuciukian.

    Le documentaire a été projetté en première mondiale à Padoue le 23 avril 2008.


    http://www.armenews.com/article.php3?id_article=41182
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