Movie on Karabakh War among Oscar long list
"October 10, 2012 | 15:47?
The film entitled"If Only Everyone," which is about the Nagorno-Karabakh War and simple human relations, has caught the attention of movie lovers ever since it appeared on the big screen.
The motion picture, which was shot under the patronage of Armenia"s President Serzh Sargsyan and is devoted to the 20th anniversaries of Armenia's independence and the Armenian army, is widely covered by international press. And it was found out Tuesday that the film has been included in the long list of the 2012 Oscar Academy Awards nominees, Armenpress reported.
?€?First and foremost, the film's success is in its love and sincerity," its director Natalya Belyauskene believes. In her words, "it is difficult to say as to what e"tent this movie will be able to present to the world the Armenian-Azerbaijani cultural ties, but one thing is clear: reality is far from politics."
Tereza Varzhapetyan, who is one of the film's producers, believes that being included in the Oscar long list is already a success and a cause for joy in itself;source: