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A series of lectures on film criticism are being held in Yerevan in the framework of the 11th British Film estival.
The lecturer is Ian Haydn Smith, editor from International Film Guide.
While meeting with the trainees on Thursday Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Armenia Jonathan Aves said the program was supposed to promote Armenian-British relations and would help those involved in their further creative activities.
The festival kicked off in Yerevan on Mar 2 and will last till Mar 11. The program includes Fish Tank, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, You've Been Trumped, Black Pond, Grabbers, The End of the Line, Just Do It and some other films.
From Mar 11 to Mar 15 the films will be screened at Yerevan State University, Armenian State University of Economics, Armenian State Pedagogical University, State Engineering University of Armenia, Yerevan State Linguistic University after V. Brusov and at American University of Armenia.
From Mar 16 to Mar 24 the films will be screened in the town of Goris, Ashtarak and Hrazdan as well as in the military caps until Apr 25.
The festival has been organized by the British Council with the support of the British Embassy Yerevan and ArmenTel (brand name Beeline).