06.11.2013 | 
Society
THE MOVIE “ENOUGH” WAS SHOWN AT YSU
THE MOVIE “ENOUGH” WAS SHOWN AT YSU
The documentary film raising gender issues has received great responses at a number of festivals.

The movie was shown on November 6 at YSU Centre for Regional Integration and Conflict Resolution. The initiative belonged to YSU Centre for Gender Studies and Leadership.

 

The film screening was open to students and all other interested sides.

 

The film is directed by our compatriot Adrine Gregorean, who has been involved in the studies of gender issues and their coverage.

 

Los Angeles-born Adrine Gregorean has graduated from the International Department of the University of California. She has also studied Law and Diplomacy at Fletcher School of the Tufts University and received master’s degree.

 

Adrine is currently working on the development of the project “Enough” and its promotion. The project aims to reduce the number of abortions due to sexual selection in Armenia.

 

The young director’s films have appeared at the festivals “Golden Apricot” and “Cannes”.

 

The film “Enough” has been nominated in the category “Armenian Panorama” of the festival “Golden Apricot”.

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Contacts

Center for Gender and Leadership Studies
Tel: +37460710390
Extension: 2390
E-mail: cgls@ysu.am
Address: #1 Alex Manoogian, 0025, Yerevan State University, Faculty of Radio physics, room 436
Yerevan, Armenia


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