Topic: The Promise

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 platform for public outreach about[...]

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 Ararat-Eskijian Museum/Sheen[...]

  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 and the dead. The authors try to reach audiences[...]

  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 place on November 14 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, had an[...]

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 the movie and its creators, including the late Kirk[...]

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 Film Festival, not only the film, but the pushback by[...]

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. This monumental film, “The[...]

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[...]