RIA Novosti, Russia July 17 2005 YEREVAN, July 17 (RIA Novosti, Gamlet Matevosyan) - The second international movie festival Golden Apricot-2005 is closing in Armenia's capital Yerevan Sunday. The festival under the motto On the Crossroads of Civilizations and Cultures included contests for feature films and documentaries shot in 2004-2005. Fifteen full-length movies from 13 countries, including France, Russia, Britain, China, Argentina, the Netherlands and Latvia were presented. Well-known film directors and critics, including Claude Miller from France and Deborah Young from the U.S. were on the jury headed by Atom Egoyan, Canadian director of Armenian extraction. Armenian movies were presented in a special contest program Armenian panorama, with 29 feature, documentary and animation cinematographers participating. Overall, 140 films form 45 countries were presented at the festival. Master classed, jazz concerts and art expositions were held at the festival. The Armenian government allocated some $56,800 for the festival. The first such event took place last year in Yerevan on June 30-July 4. Fifty-five movies from 16 countries were shown then.