‘Yeva’ receives 3 nominations at US’ Arpa Filmfest.

TEHRAN, Nov. 10 (MNA) – The feature movie 'Yeva', written and directed by Iranian-Armenian Anahid Abad, has received three nominations at 21st Arpa International Film Festival (AIFF) in the United States.

‘Yerva’ has been nominated to receives best feature, best script and best director award at the 21st editin of Arpa International Film Festival (AIFF) in Los Angeles.

Written and directed by Iranian-Armenian Anahid Abad, ‘Yeva’ is the story of a young woman who is forced to flee Yerevan with her daughter Nareh. She would have to stand trial there because she allegedly killed her husband. Uncle Ruben and the remote village in Nagorno-Karabakh are her last chance to go into hiding. But the villagers recognize her from the days of war when she had cared for the wounded as a doctor at the front.

Arpa, according to the festival’s website, is dedicated to cultivating cultural understanding and global empathy by creating a dynamic forum for international cinema.

The 21st edition of the event is scheduled for 19-21 November 2018.

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