27 December 2023

The film Aurora’s Sunrise holds the 6th place among the 23 Best Documentary Films of 2023 by  MovieWeb  which states, "Aurora's Sunrise brilliantly mixes animation, documentary, and detailed character study to tell a haunting story of war and memory."

 

This film has not only achieved success at festivals and various competition platforms but has also garnered love from audiences.

 

Dear followers, at the same time we would like to inform you that the rating of Aurora's Sunrise on its IMDb page has been reduced. A significant number of these votes come from users in Turkey, where the film hasn't even premiered or been officially released. To verify the accuracy of this information, please refer to the article in the comment section.

 

If you have already watched the film and believe that it deserves a fair rating  - in order to provide more audiences with the opportunity to see it, please click on the IMDb link below. Your support will help us present an accurate picture based on genuine impressions rather than political insinuations.

 

IMDb page-https://m.imdb.com/title/tt20873160/

https://movieweb.com/best-documentaries-2023/...

https://www.rogerebert.com/collec.../best-documentaries-2023

 

The film is a co-production between Armenia, Germany, and Lithuania, co-produced by Bars Media, Gebrueder Beetz Filmproduktion, and Artbox Laisvalaikio Klubas. It was directed and written by Inna Sahakyan, with producers Vardan Hovhannisyan, Christian Beetz, and Justė Michailinaitė.

 

This film received state financial support from the RA MօESCS and was made with the academic contributions of the Zoryan Institute and is based on its Oral History Archive.

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