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Week of Azerbaijani films to be held in Brazil

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Supported by Heydar Aliyev Foundation and the Azerbaijan Ministry of Culture and Tourism and organized by the Azerbaijani Embassy in Brazil, a Week of Azerbaijani films was held in the city of São Paulo of Brazil in one of the country’s leading cultural centers, the Bank of Brazil Cultural Center.

Within the Week, it was demonstrated the documentaries and feature films that have been translated into Portuguese. “Target Baku. Hitler’s war on Oil” documentary, as well as Azerbaijani films "Arshin mal alan", "Nabat", "Cholchu", "Tahmina" and "Axınla ashagi" feature films were shown, the Embassy said. The documentary, “Target Baku. Hitler’s war on Oil” shot with the support of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation and produced by Arzu Aliyeva, has been selected as the event's main film by Bank of Brazil Cultural Center. Prior to the demonstration, Azerbaijan’s ambassador to Brazil Elnur Sultanov spoke of the documentary, noting the role of Baku oil in the victory over fascism during the WW II , said it was dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Victory.

The event was attended by representatives of diplomatic missions accredited in Brazil, staff members of the Azerbaijani Embassy in this country.

The event passed in the Bank of Brazil Cultural Center in Sao Paulo on 6-11 April.

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2016.04.15 / 11:46
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