Topic: Documentaries

YEREVAN/GLENDALE — Eddy Vicken is a documentary filmmaker, born in 1976 in Paris and currently residing in Los Angeles. In 1995-1998 he received his bachelor degree at Audiovisual Production and[...]

Sergei Eisenstein. Maya Deren. Marguerite Duras. Agnès Varda. Sergei Paradjanov. Canadian Armenian filmmaker Gariné Torossian belongs to a coterie of exceptional filmmakers, visionaries with a wholly original way of presenting[...]

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. —  The documentary feature “Bloodless: The Path to Democracy” snatched two of the top awards at the prestigious 21st Beverly Hills Film Festival–The Golden Palm Award and[...]

NEW YORK — In 2017, writer and journalist Taleen Babayan turned her efforts to directing a short documentary in Martakert, a village in Artsakh which now stands divided between Armenia[...]

PHILADELPHIA and DETROIT — Generations of Americans of Armenian descent have had to reckon with the aftermath of a genocide that nearly annihilated their people. Their stories have a new urgency[...]

YEREVAN / SHANGHAI — Film director, actor, researcher and writer Ruben Giney (Gasparyan) started making movies when he was 5. His first 8mm film was screened at the Moscow Children’s[...]

COCONUT CREEK, Fla. — Armenoid Productions announced this that its 2013 award-winning “Orphans of the Genocide” documentary is now available for free on Amazon Prime Video. The visual journey of[...]

WATERTOWN — Documentaries on the Armenian Genocide, it seems, are having a moment. Take, for example, “Crows of the Desert: A Hero’s Journey Through the Armenian Genocide,” written, directed and[...]

LEXINGTON, Mass. — A cultural program on Sunday, September 23, titled “Lights, Camera, Stories!,” diverges from the traditional script of many Armenian gatherings. First, it is a collaboration between two[...]