Should The Wind Drop

  • Feature
  • 2020
  • 101 Minutes
  • France, Belgium, Armenia
  • Language: French and Armenian and English

Frenchman Alain, an international auditor, has come to assess the airport in a self-proclaimed republic in the Caucasus, with a view to approving its reopening. Edgar, a local boy, wanders around the airport, involved in a strange trade. The man and the child end up meeting one another...

Director: Nora Martirosyan

Screenwriter: Nora Martirosyan, Emmanuelle Pagano, Olivier Torres, Guillaume André

Production Company: Sister Productions, Kwassa Films

Premier Status: Regional premiere


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Awards

2020: Festival de Cannes, Official Selection

2020: Black Nights film festival


Cast and Crew

Screenwriter: Nora Martirosyan, Emmanuelle Pagano, Olivier Torres, Guillaume André

Editor: Nora Martirosyan, Yorgos Lamprinos

Music: Pierre-Yves Cruaud

Sound: Anne Dupouy

DOP / Camera: Simon Roca

Cast: Gégoire Colin, Hayk Bakhryan, Arman Navasardyan, David Hakobyan, Vartan Petrossian, Narine Grigoryan


Director

Nora Martirosyan

Nora Martirosyan is an artist and film director living and working in Montpellier, Rome, Yerevan.
A graduate of Le Fresnoy (France) and the Rijksakademie (Amsterdam), she has directed several award-winning short films. She is a co-founder of the production company Heolfilms, which is developing Territoria, her first full-length feature. In 2012 she created Heolfilms, a French production company.
Courant d’air (2003), 1937 (2007), Les Complices (2009) are directed by her.

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