Stony Paths

Directed by Arnaud Khayadjanian

60 minutes / Color
English; French / English subtitles
Release: 2017
Copyright: 2015

Following in his great-grandfather's footsteps, Arnaud Khayadjanian undertakes a long trek across Anatolia to better understand the Armenian Genocide and honor its victims. First-hand accounts from his relatives and an old painting guide him in studying the anonymous people who bravely risked everything to save Armenian lives.

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  • Special Jury Price, Ismailia International Film Festival
  • Best Armenian Documentary Award, Golden Apricot International Film Festival
  • Estonia World Film Festival
  • Goteborg International Exile Film Festival
  • East by Southeast, Danish Film Institute Copenhagen


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