Presentation of the documentary about the Khojaly tragedy

Yesterday in the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) in London, there was a premiere of the documentary film Infinite Corridor, filmed by Lithuanian filmmakers.

The presentation was attended by the Lithuanian producer Alexander Brocas, American producer Gerald Rafshun, and the actors Anne Archer, Ian Glen and Jeremy Irons who voiced the English version of the film.

The film producer Andrius Brokas who worked on the tape for about 5 years noted that the project was attended by representatives of 15 countries.

The famous American producer Gerald Rafshun spoke about the work of the TV version of the tape.

The film tells about the fate of the victims of the Khojaly tragedy. After more than 20 years, they meet and relive those terrible days.

It is also an investigation into what really happened on the night of February 25 to 26 in Nagorno-Karabakh, when the Armenian units supported by the 366th Russian regiment captured the second largest settlement of Azerbaijan in Karabakh and killed more than 600 civilians.

The film also represented the Armenian version of these events on behalf of the Armenian forces commander and the ideologue of Karabakh separatism - direct participants, while the audience itself can conclude about what had happened.

The filming took place in difficult conditions in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, and the Baltic States. In Armenia, the crew was arrested at the Yerevan airport and deported. Later the Armenian side said that the Lithuanians were Azerbaijani spies. Nevertheless, the authors found a way to make the necessary shooting through colleagues from another country.

After the premiere it is planned to demonstrate the documentary Infinite Corridor on the leading television channels in the world. -02B-

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