Being an Armenian based in New York for years, but now back in my home country, I was contemplating around ideas such as homeland and the information that it carries with its soil and water, individual’s need for acceptance by the tribe and going against nature. I was sitting in my room on a hot summer night, writing a fiction film screenplay about a young female scientist, who’s repatriating to her homeland, Armenia, in order to work on an ambitious mining project at a mountain, but becomes a bearer of a self-destructive force as a result of a strange metaphysical encounter inside the mine shaft.

About Nora

The Village Alaverdi stayed behind. After passing the curves of the road full of pits and holes you turn left parting from the narr...

Mental Hospital

This story is not about space, it’s about the memory of the space, which is not mine, I have just appeared there for the first time, a...

The Triple Celebrations in Artsakh

On the 9th of May the Prime-Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan was in Artsakh to participate in the Triple Celebrations that traditio...

Death, Pain, Victory

People pass through the struggle of life and death in war. The participants of WWII consider that they have seen a very cruel, ruthless war, where there prevailed the fear of parting with the light in an instant. These people passed through a dark corridor until they reached home, where some of them had people waiting, others, alas, not.

Make a Step to a New Armenia

On May 8, 2018 the RA National Assembly elected Nikol Pashinyan as Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia. Guided by the decision of the National Assembly on electing Nikol Pashinian PM of Armenia, President Armen Sarkissian signed today a decree on the appointment of Nikol Pashinian the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia.

56/45

After a marathon nine-hour special session at the National Assambly, the ruling Republican Party voted unanimously against Nikol Pashinyan's candidacy. 45 votes were cast in favor of Pashinyan, while 56 votes were cast against. At the end of session, the Republic Square and the surrounding streets were full of supporters of Nikol Pashinyan.