Open Road Films has acquired U.S. rights to “The Promise,” the Armenian Genocide-themed movie produced by Kirk Kerkorian’s Survival Pictures.
Three films from Armenia have been submitted for consideration for Best Foreign Film in the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards: The Last Inhabitant, Hot Country, Cold Winter, and Earthquake.
In his lifetime as a print photographer and film producer Hrayr Toukhanian has earned an impressive list of awards and tributes for pursuing a dedication that took birth in Lebanon.
On Dec. 2, 2016, U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Richard Mills, Jr. and Armenian Minister of Culture Armen Amiryan unveiled in Gyumri the newly restored mural “In the Mountains” created by famed Armenian artist Hakob Hakobyan.
Syrian-Armenian filmmaker Avo Kaprealian’s film Houses Without Doors was one of the two wins for the Best International Documentary award at the 34th Torino Film Festival in Italy, read Torino Film Festival’s official website.
Armenian Arts Gallery will be hosting a reception on Thursday, December 8 from 7-10pm organized by five local photographers to celebrate their friendship and their love for the city of Los Angeles.
The San Francisco Bay Area community welcomed The Genocide Education Project (GenEd) and The Other Side of Home filmmakers Naré Mkrtchyan and Iliana Guevara at events in San Francisco and Sunnyvale on November 18 and 19.
The Armenian National Committee of Eastern Massachusetts is pleased to announce the third lecture of the Mikael Varantian Lecture Series, launched in early 2016.
Armenian representatives Anahit Adamyan and Mary Vardanyan came second in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016, announced Eurovision’s official website on Sunday.
The 19th Arpa International Film Festival (AIFF) concluded with its prestigious awards ceremony on November 6, at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.