Bagrat Oganesyan

Bagrat Oganesyan

director, writer, script and continuity department

Bagrat Oganesyan was born on Aug 13, 1929 in USSR [now Azerbaijan]. Bagrat Oganesyan's big-screen debut came with The Color of Pomegranates directed by Sergei Parajanov in 1969. Bagrat Oganesyan is known for The Color of Pomegranates directed by Sergei Parajanov, Sofiko Chiaureli stars as Poet as a Youth and Melkon Alekyan as Poet as a child. The upcoming new movie Bagrat Oganesyan plays is The Color of Pomegranates which will be released on Jan 27, 1982.

Graduated from Yerevan State University (the Romano-Germanic Philology Department), Yerevan Institute of Literature and Moscow Institute of World Literature, he came into cinema while practicing in Mosfilm Studios in 1960s. There he assisted Andrei Tarkovsky during the shooting of his _Andrei Rublyov (1969)_. worked at Armenfilm Studios as an editor, assistant director and film director. Tarkovsky was the creative adviser of the Hovhanissian's first feature film "Winepress (Sour Grape)".

  • Birthday

    Aug 13, 1929
  • Place of Birth

    Baku, Azerbaijan SSR, TSFSR, USSR [now Azerbaijan]

Known For

Movies & TV Shows