Azerbaijani movie to be demonstrated at international festival in Estonia

Baku, November 13 AZERTAC

"Bloody January" movie by Azerbaijani filmmaker Vahid Mustafayev will be demonstrated at the 18th "Black nights" International Film Festival in Estonia.

The film tells the story of the events during the night of January 19 to 20, 1990. This sad page of the struggle of the Azerbaijani people for independence, seen through the eyes of two brothers: Najaf Narimanov, Communist and KGB officer, and Mehdi Narimanov, former officer of the Soviet army in Afghanistan, converted into revolutionary democrat.

Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (is an annual film festival held since 1997 in Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia. BNFF is the only festival in the Nordic and Baltic region with a FIAPF (International Federation of Film Producers Association) accreditation for holding an international competition programme in the Nordic and Baltic region with 14 other major festivals, such as Berlin, Cannes, Venice, Karlovy Vary, Warsaw and San Sebastian. BNFF is one of the biggest film festivals of Northeastern Europe and cultural events in Estonia in the winter season.

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