Mushegh Baghdasaryan

Mushegh Baghdasaryan



Mushegh Baghdasaryan is an Armenian director and producer best known for his work on the award-winning films "The Lullaby" and "The Line".

Born in 1981 in Yerevan, Armenia, Mushegh Baghdasaryan grew up with a passion for film. After completing his studies in film directing at Yerevan State Institute of Theatre and Cinematography, he began his career in film as a freelance director.

In 2005, Mushegh Baghdasaryan released his first full-length feature film, "The Lullaby", which was an immediate success. The film was well-received by critics and audiences alike, winning multiple awards at international film festivals.

In 2012, Mushegh Baghdasaryan released his second feature film, "The Line". This film was also well-received, earning him several awards and nominations, including the European Film Award for Best Film.

Over the years, Mushegh Baghdasaryan has become one of Armenia's most renowned directors, having worked on numerous films, television shows, and other projects. He has collaborated with some of the country's most respected filmmakers, such as Sergei Parajanov and Atom Egoyan.

In addition to his work as a director, Mushegh Baghdasaryan has also produced several films and television shows, such as the award-winning series "Barev Yerevan".

Mushegh Baghdasaryan is also a passionate advocate for the preservation of Armenian culture and language, having collaborated with the Armenian Ministry of Education to create a series of educational films about Armenian culture.

Mushegh Baghdasaryan continues to work on a variety of projects, and is currently in the process of developing his next feature film. He is an accomplished director whose work has been critically acclaimed, and has established himself as a key figure in Armenian cinema.


July 6, 1990

Place of birth

Yerevan, Armenia

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