Topic: The Promise

HOLLYWOOD —  Arpa International Film Festival, a branch of the non-profit Arpa Foundation for Film, Music and Art (AFFMA), takes great pride in working toward recognizing the diverse tapestry of[...]

By Jennifer Wheelock LOS ANGELES — The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) plans to launch The Promise Armenian Institute, an entity that will establish a world-class research center and[...]

MISSION HILLS, Calif.  — The Ararat-Eskijian Museum (AEM) and USC Shoah Foundation are sponsoring a presentation, “The Promise: Contextualized with Testimony,” on Sunday, November 10, at 4 p.m. at the[...]

  There are many books, primarily works of non-fiction, as well as a growing body of fiction, on the Armenian Genocide and its many aspects — legacy, history, reparation, survivors[...]

  LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Committee of Human Rights Watch had their most successful fundraising dinner to date, raising more than every year prior. The event, which took[...]

NEW YORK — Armenians honored “The Promise” director Terry George and producer Eric Esrailian who arrived in Yerevan on September 21 to join a series of memorable events devoted to[...]

By Paul T. Boghosian Special to the Mirror-Spectator HAMILTON, N.Y. — For months, Armenians have been hearing about a new film, “The Promise,” that had debuted at the 2016 Toronto[...]

LOS ANGELES — For the first time, a big budget, wide-release feature film — complete with A-list Hollywood celebrities and a renowned, Academy Award-winning director — will depict the Armenian Genocide.[...]

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[...]