Rev. Fr. Vardan Nersisyan, the priest displaced from Artsakh


Fr. Vardan has been serving in Artsakh since 2018. As a Spiritual Servant of the Defense Army, he participated in the 44-day war, was by the soldier's side in the military unit and in the trenches. He also served in the village of Shosh. After being forcibly displaced from Artsakh in 2023, Fr. Vardan is in Armenia with his family.

 

Mysterious candles made by Liana from Artsakh


Displaced from Artsakh, Liana continues to make candles in Armenia. It was hard to keep working, it was also hard not to work, but doing candle making is now more than important to stand out, not to break, to move forward in faith.

Festive toys and bags made by the hands of Artsakh residents


Displaced Artsakh residents continue to create in Armenia. "Working is also a way to overcome depression and pain, a form of struggle," assure Elina and Lilit.

Holy Mother of God of Kurds of Syunik


The settlement of Kurds has a centuries-old history. The Kurdish prince builds a church named after Holy Mother of God. In 1661, the church was repaired. During the Soviet years, it was turned into a warehouse. In 1958, the village moves to the southeast, to present-day Lernadzor, and the church remains the only living witness of the village. In May, 2022 excavations begin, the church is restored within a year. On September 9, 2023, the Holy Mother of God of Kurdistan will be re-consecrated. It was a real holiday for the people of Lernadzor: the beloved shrine got a second life. The people of Ghent Dzor share their emotions and stories.

At the Border: Nerkin Hand


The church, cemetery, sources of drinking water, pastures and all strategically important heights of the village Nerkin Hand are under the control of the enemy. Our film crew spent a day with the border guards living in the blockade.

At the border: Davit Bek


Aram Manukyan, one of the founders of the first republic of Armenia, was born in this village. Davit Bek is the largest village of Kapan community, bordering Vorotan city of Kashatagh region of Artsakh. The film is about the historical Davit Bek village and the current life and concerns of Davitbek residents.

On the border. Sotk


We are in Sotk community of Gegharkunik region. Our camera recorded the way of life of the people of Sotk, the historical monuments of the village, the school routine of children, concerns and dreams. And at the end, you can find information about some of the dishes and kitchen secrets often prepared in Sotk.

On the border. Ayrk


Ayrk is one of the border settlements of Gegharkunik, near Sotk. The village has two churches, many khachkars. Our video is about the characteristics of Ayrk village, problems of the villagers, lifestyle and future plans.

Master Manouk


Musician, cellist Manuk Harutyunyan is also a master of national musical instruments, making and repairing instruments. He composed two instruments: Jut and Manjut. What musical instruments are jut and manjut? Master Manuk presents

Today's Ghevonds


The Armenian clergyman next to the soldier. An unbroken mission from the early Middle Ages to today, which is still being performed by the spiritual servants of the RA Armed Forces.

The Old and New Voskepar


Fortresses, forts, graves, khachkars, sanctuaries.  Only a part of the rich cultural heritage of Voskepar village has been discovered and explored. Our film crew is in the Tavush region, discovering the little-known places of border Voskepar.

The worries and dreams of the citizens of Voskepar


Our creative group was hosted in the border village of Voskepar, got acquainted with the history of the village, learned about the worries and dreams of the people of Voskepar.