Topic: Films

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 Direction ESRA Paris (Higher School of[...]

WASHINGTON — Author Ken Janjigian puts a lot of himself into his work. In fact, in his latest novel, A Cerebral Offer (Livingston Press, University of West Alabama, 2020), he combines several of his interests: San Francisco, old[...]

LOS ANGELES — NBCLX, part of the NBC Universal-owned television stations, announces that it will air filmmaker Ani Hovannisian’s documentary, “The Hidden Map,” nationwide on April 23, 24, and 25, 2021. Recognizing the importance of[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — Belmont author and filmmaker Sharisse Zeroonian recently wrapped up post-production of a pilot episode of an original television program, “One Plus One Is Two.” The show, which takes place and was mostly[...]

WALTHAM, Mass. — This year’s Global Cinema Film Festival of Boston (GCFF) had been slated to take place in arch, however, now it has been cancelled. Among the films that were slated to be shown was “Village of Women” by Tamara[...]

By Artsvi Bakhchinyan Special to Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN/BERLIN — German-Armenian actor Saro Emirze was born in 1977 in Frankfurt am Main. Between 1999 and 2003 he studied acting at the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Academy of Music and[...]

HOLLYWOOD — The deadline to purchase a raffle ticket to attend the VIP premiere of “The Promise” in Hollywood with the stars of the film, as well as the attend the afterparty, is Tuesday, April 4. Those attending can[...]

WASHINGTON — A special Capitol Hill viewing this evening of “The Promise” – the Armenian Genocide-era epic starring Christian Bale set for nationwide release on April 21st – drew a capacity crowd of Members of Congress, senior[...]