Had Entered The House
"Had Entered The House" is a short documentary that provides an intimate look at the lives of people affected by the Artsakh War and its subsequent blockade. Through personal stories and emotional interviews, the film captures the resilience and determination of those who faced the conflict.
Set against the backdrop of ordinary homes in Artsakh, the documentary showcases the profound impact of war on families and communities. It highlights the human spirit's unyielding strength as people strive to rebuild their lives amid adversity.
This poignant film serves as a reminder of the lasting toll of conflict and the need for global awareness and solidarity. "Had Entered The House" offers a moving exploration of hope, survival, and the enduring spirit of those touched by the Artsakh War.
Vahan KhachatryanDirectorHoly Cross, The Who Is The Beast, Family, Lost Dream
Vahan KhachatryanProducerHoly Cross, The Who Is The Beast, Family, Lost Dream
Project Type:Documentary, Short
Runtime:23 minutes 22 seconds
Completion Date:September 7, 2023
Production Budget:7,800 USD
Country of Origin:Armenia
Country of Filming:Armenia
Biography of Vahan Khachatryan
Vahan Khachatryan is a versatile male artist born on June 7, 1980, in Yerevan. He is currently divorced and has dedicated his life to the world of cinema and theater.
Vahan Khachatryan's journey in the world of arts began with his education:
From 1986 to 1996, he attended 189 Secondary School, where he likely honed his early artistic talents.
In 1996-1998, he furthered his artistic pursuits at the Armenian Film and Cinema Studio of the Armenian National Film Center.
His academic journey culminated with a degree from the Yerevan State Institute of Theater and Cinema, where he studied from 2000 to 2005.
Vahan Khachatryan continued to refine his craft with specialized training:
In 2005-2006, he underwent training in Moscow.
In 2006-2007, he furthered his artistic skills with training at St. Petersburg's Bruzer Studio.
Vahan Khachatryan's professional journey in the arts is rich and varied, showcasing his passion and dedication:
In 2007, he staged Gogle's "Marriage" as an invited director at the Henrik Malyan Theater.
From 2008 to 2009, Vahan Khachatryan worked as a television film director at Armenia TV, contributing to productions like "Masquerade," "Crazy," and "My Right."
He also made his mark in theater, directing "The Irbutsk History" by A. Arbuzov, starring Mher Mkrtchyan.
From 2012 to 2014, he served as the Chief Executive Officer of Lime TV.
In 2014, Vahan Khachatryan directed and produced the film "Lost Dream" and also directed the film "Who is the Beast."
In 2016, he directed the anti-prize performance "Today is My Credit."
In 2018-2019, Vahan Khachatryan worked as the director of the performance "My Home" or "No Matter What."
In 2019, he took on the role of Chief Producer for the "Sherlock Holmes" performance.
Throughout his career, Vahan Khachatryan has also contributed to the academic world, serving as a lecturer at the State Institute of Theater and Cinema from 2005 to 2009. He also left his artistic imprint on the Stanislavski Russian Drama Theater from 2003 to 2007, directing notable works such as Volodin's "Do Not Separate from Your Loved Ones," Levon Shant's "Caesar," and Gogol's "The Auditor."
2021-present Director at Drama Theatre after Vahram Papazyan in Stepanakert
Vahan Khachatryan is a multilingual artist with proficiency in Armenian (native), English (fluent), and Russian (fluent), expanding the reach of his artistic expression.
Vahan Khachatryan served in the Armed Forces of Armenia from 1998 to 2000, demonstrating his commitment to both his country and his artistic passions.
Vahan Khachatryan has cultivated a rich and diverse career in the arts, leaving an indelible mark on the world of cinema, theater, and television. His dedication, artistic flair, and extensive experience make him a respected figure in the industry.