“3 Weeks in Yerevan,” a new comedy by the Award-winning collaboration of writer-director Vahe Berberian and producer-co-director Vahik Pirhamzei, will have its North American premiere in Los Angeles on Wednesday, September 14, at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.
Bared Maronian’s will receive the prestigious Armin T. Wegner Humanitarian Award at the Arpa International Film Festival for his film Women of 1915.
The USC Institute of Armenian Studies is co-hosting the screening of Eric Nazarian’s and Naré Mkrtchyan’s Armenian Genocide-themed film The Other Side of Home on September 1, 2016 at the Ray Stark Family Theatre in Los Angeles.
Mer Doon is pleased to announce that Megerian Carpet Armenia will host and sponsor its 10th anniversary celebration on October 10, 2016 at Megerian Carpet Factory Showroom.
Emirsian & Dabandjian will give a live performance featuring compositions from their debut album, “Փափաք” (Papak), due to be released at this concert on Sunday, August 28th at 7pm at Barnsdall Gallery Theatre.
Dr. Maria Armoudian releases new book called “Reporting from the Danger Zone: Frontline Journalists, Their Jobs and an Increasingly Perilous Future.”
“A film from Karabakh certainly will be best suited as an official entry to the Academy Awards during these challenging times.”
System of A Down’s Serj Tankian has finished a song for the Armenian Genocide-themed movie The Promise produced by Kirk Kerkorian’s Survival Pictures.
“It is hard to imagine a comfortable mix of cartoons and genocide, but artist and author Lucine Kasbarian has done just that in her new book.”
The Armenian translation of Turkish historian Taner Akcam’s book titled “Forced Islamization of Armenians: Silence, Denial and Assimilation” has been published in Yerevan.