On November 3-5, 2017 the festival will celebrate its 20th anniversary at the historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, followed by a special Awards Banquet at the Glendale Hilton on November 5.
Renowned film director and scriptwriter David Mackenzie has proposed to establish a School of Film and Television in Yerevan, Armenia’s Prime Minister Karen Karapetian told at a cabinet session on Thursday.
A special Capitol Hill viewing this evening of “The Promise” drew a capacity crowd of Members of Congress, senior Congressional aides, coalition partners, and a broad cross-section of the Washington, D.C. foreign policy community.
1,237 photos have been submitted for the Aurora Photo Competition and 184 films have been submitted for the Aurora Short Film Competition.
“Orphans of the Genocide,” chronicling the plight of the Armenian orphans of the Armenian Genocide, won the “Best Documentary Feature” award at the Canada International Film Festival held in Vancouver.
Ahead of the April 21 premier of “The Promise,” the film’s stars, Angela Sarafyan shares her family’s story of surviving the Armenian Genocide.
The American Hellenic Council on Monday released a statement urging the Greek American community to boycott the new Turkish-produced film “The Ottoman Lieutenant.”
The Los Angeles premiere of “The Last Inhabitant,” filmed in the Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) Republic, will take place on April 7 at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, California.
Academy Award winner Susan Sarandon stars in Arthur Balder’s new experimental documentary American Mirror with Armenian painter Tigran Tsitoghzhyan.
At the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s 25th annual Academy Awards Viewing Party, Sir Elton John and David Furnish will introduce Open Road and Survival Pictures new film “The Promise,” which tells the story of the Armenian Genocide in Turkey at the outset of World War I.