Topic: film

PARIS – French-Armenian Anahit Simonian is a creative polymath, performing on the piano in various genres, composing music and writing film scripts, while moving back and forth between Spain and France each year. This year she was chosen[...]

SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. – Ketchup Entertainment’s most recent movie release, titled “Dr. Bird’s Advice for Sad Poets,” premiered on all major platforms with the start of the new year. The movie tells a story of a teenage boy who[...]

MOSCOW – In 1965 the Soviet government was getting ready to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Great October Revolution of 1917. The government invited moviemakers to discuss the prospects of making new films dedicated to the[...]

NEW YORK — Filmmaker Atom Egoyan and composer Mary Kouyoumdjian have partnered with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and created an original work titled “They Will Take My Island,” about the late painter Arshile Gorky. The premier[...]

NEW YORK — On Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at 7:00pm ET, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will present the digital world premiere of Armenian-American composer Mary Kouyoumdjian and Oscar-nominated Armenian-Canadian filmmaker Atom[...]

By Patrick Hipes LOS ANGELES (Deadline) — Cloudburst Entertainment has acquired rights to “Songs of Solomon,” Armenia’s official entry for this year’s International Feature Film Oscar race. The drama, directed by Arman[...]

ISTANBUL (Nor Marmara) – By decision of the Sariyer municipality of Istanbul, one of the streets of the neighborhood will be renamed for the ethnic Armenian actor Nubar Terziyan. Terziyan, who always appeared in films in the role of a[...]

YEREVAN/CANNES — Arsène Jiroyan, a French stage and screen actor of Armenian descent, was born in 1962 in Istanbul. He has acted in about 20 films and nearly 40 TV projects. Both on the small screen and the silver screen, he has worked[...]

DETROIT — Great art often emerges from conflict, hardship, or pain. Oksana Mirzoyan has known these perhaps more than most. As a child refugee fleeing Baku in the late 1980s and again in the early 1990s due to the Nagorno-Karabakh[...]

YEREVAN/MELBOURNE — John Kachoyan (born in Oatley, New South Wales, Australia) is a multi-award-winning freelance director, writer, script developer and teacher who works internationally in theatre, opera and screen. He’s skilled at[...]