ANİMAFİLM un­veils com­pe­ti­tion ti­tles

Azer News - - Culture & Lifestyle - By La­man Is­may­ilova

Tgen­res of pro­fes­sional an­i­ma­tion by for­eign direc­tors and ex­change ex­pe­ri­ence. The fes­ti­val will bring to­gether films from Azer­bai­jan, Turkey, Iran, Rus­sia, UK, Ire­land, USA, Ger­many, Swe­den, Bel­gium and other coun­tries.

The short films "SEA" by Marharita Tsikhanovich; "Over­run" by Pierre Ropars An­tonin Derory, Diane Thi­rault, Jérémie Cot­tard, Matthieu Dru­aud and Adrien Zumbihl; "Empty View" by Ali Zare Ghanat Nowi; "Carlotta’s Face" by Valentin Riedl, Frédéric Schuld; "Cather­ine" by Britt Raes; "Into the Spot­light" by Farida Is­may­ilova, Aida Is­may­ilova; "MER­CU­RIO" by Michele Bernardi; "Con­ver­sa­tion Star" by Bazan­cir, Carl Hedsved; "Peace car­pet" by Ziba Arzhang; "Nev­er­mind" by Bu­rak Kum; "Fruits of Clouds" by Kateřina Karchňáková; "A kak je kos­mon­avti" by Galina Gol­ubeva; "Kras­noludki" by Ro­man; "Bil­lie" by Maki Yoshikura; "Son of the Sea" by Ab­bas Jalali Yekta; "Cabin Pres­sure" by Matthew Lee; "Late Af­ter­noon" by Louise Bag­nall; "A pri­ori" by Maïté Schmitt; "Tesura" by Jagriti Khir­war; "Fop­speen Mov­ing Pic­tures" by Diek Grob­ler will com­pete in Best Short An­i­ma­tion Film nom­i­na­tion

Five films, in­clud­ing "Öz әlindәdir" and "Milli cizgi film­lәrimiz" by Sul­tan Ab­bas­beyli; "Yuxu" by Tu­ral M Mam­madzadeh; "Noc­turne" by Fran­giz Kur­banova; "Con­ti­nu­ity" by Samir Salakhov will be pre­sented in Best Azer­bai­jani short an­i­mated film nom­i­na­tion.

Seven sce­nar­ios "The Nakhkesh" by Zeynab Ghor­bani Faryad; "Snow­man" by Ali Bagheri Be­hboud and Mo­ham­mad Es­maeilpour; "Black and White" by Haide Mo­radi, "Tox­u­mun qayıdışı" by Mir­vari Aghak­ishiyeva; "Ov" by Adil Na­si­bov; "Balaca keşikçi" by Parviz Mam­madov; "Pәlәhli әtәyindә" by Mir Qadir Hashimi will com­pete for the vic­tory in Best Orig­i­nal Script for Short An­i­ma­tion nom­i­na­tion.

Ev­ery Satur­day, the mu­seum or­ga­nizes an ex­ten­sive and mul­ti­ple cul­tural pro­grams from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. for school­child­ren of all ages.

A the­matic ex­cur­sion will vis­ually demon­strate to chil­dren the his­tory of Azer­bai­jani car­pet weav­ing. A fairy tale from the fa­mous sto­ry­teller will im­mense them into the world of folk­lore.

In ad­di­tion, mas­ter classes on var­i­ous types of dec­o­ra­tive art will help to de­velop the chil­dren’s creative abil­i­ties - to weave a small car­pet, cre­ate em­broi­dery or a soft toy.

The work­shops on de­coupage plate, mak­ing a tilde doll will be held on Oc­to­ber 13.

The guests have a chance to take part in mas­ter classes on the cap paint­ing and soft toys mak­ing on Oc­to­ber 20.

The par­tic­i­pa­tion fee is 25 AZN ($ 15).

The Azer­bai­jan Car­pet Mu­seum was cre­ated in 1967. From 1967 to 1993, the mu­seum was called the Azer­bai­jan State Mu­seum of Car­pet and Folk Ap­plied Arts, from 1993 to 2014 - State Mu­seum of Car­pet and Ap­plied Arts named af­ter Latif Ka­ri­mov, from 2014 to the present time the Azer­bai­jan Car­pet Mu­seum.

The first ex­po­si­tion was pre­sented on April 26, 1972 in the build­ing of the Juma Mosque, an ar­chi­tec­tural mon­u­ment of the 19th cen­tury, lo­cated in the Icher­ishe­her – Old City.

The mu­seum has be­come a re­search-train­ing and cul­tural-ed­u­ca­tional cen­ter where many events, such as ex­hi­bi­tions, in­ter­na­tional sym­po­siums, and con­fer­ences, are held. Dur­ing its 50 years of ex­is­tence, the mu­seum has or­ga­nized more than 30 ex­hi­bi­tions in dif­fer­ent coun­tries through­out the world.

In 2004, a law on the Preser­va­tion and De­vel­op­ment of Azer­bai­jan Car­pet was en­acted with the mu­seum’s par­tic­i­pa­tion. The law aimed to im­ple­ment the reg­is­tra­tion of Azer­bai­jan car­pets, pro­tect and sup­port their de­vel­op­ment, and co­or­di­nate sci­en­tific and me­thod­i­cal train­ing.

In 2010, the Azer­bai­jan Car­pet Weav­ing Art was in­cluded in UN­ESCO’s Rep­re­sen­ta­tive List of the In­tan­gi­ble Cul­tural Her­itage of Hu­man­ity.

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