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  Artavazd Ashoti Peleshyan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Artavazd Ashoti Peleshyan is an Armenian film director and one of the most important documentarians in the history of film art.
He is renowned for developing a style of cinematographic perspective known as distance montage, combining perception of depth with oncoming entities, such as running packs of antelope or hordes of humans.
Artavazd Peleshian's most brilliant film is "The Seasons" (1975), exquisitely cinematographed by another great Armenian documentarian Mikhail Vardanov - it is an outstanding look at the contradiction and harmony between the humans and nature.
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Artavazd Pelechian's great 1975 "SEASONS", a film-essay about the contradiction and the harmony between man and nature, was the 2nd and the last collaboration with Mikhail Vartanov, who directed "AUTUMN PASTORAL" (1971) from Peleshian's screenplay.
Artavazd Pelechian is the author of a range of theoretical works, including his 1988 book "Moyo kino" ("My Cinema").
Artavazd Ashoti (Ashotovich) Peleshyan was born on the 22nd of February, 1938 in Leninakan, Armenia, Soviet Union (USSR).
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 cinovid database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Born 22 Feb 1938, Leninakan (now Gyumri), Armenia, USSR as Artavazd Ashoti Peleshyan.
Artavazd Peleschjan: "Our Century." Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kunsthalle Wien, Kerber Verlag 2004.
/ Artavazd Peleschjan: "Unser Jahrhundert." Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kunsthalle Wien, Kerber Verlag 2004.
cinovid.org /person/6629   (111 words)

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