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CANCELED ~ VILLAGE OF WOMEN directed by Tamara Stepanyan: Film Screening ~ CANCELED

CANCELED ~ VILLAGE OF WOMEN directed by Tamara Stepanyan: Film Screening ~ CANCELED

CANCELEDVILLAGE OF WOMEN | 2019 | Armenia | 83 MINDIRECTOR: Tamara StepanyanCATEGORY: DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM at the Global Cinema Film Festival of Boston.PREMIERE STATUS: North American Premiere SUBTITLES: English subtitlesFESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS: 2019 Dok LeipzigA village where women, children and elderly reside. Men leave 9 months of the year to Russia to work. Summer, a slow and friendly atmosphere; women do the hay, cut the grass and store for the winter. Fruits will be canned to be eaten during the cold winter. The sun arouses a certain laziness, a sensual relaxation. Autumn, with it’s different shades of red, is the season...

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POSTPONED ~ ARMENIAN FILMS AT THE Socially Relevant Film Festival (SRFF) New York ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONED ~ ARMENIAN FILMS AT THE Socially Relevant Film Festival (SRFF) New York ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONEDCinema Village, 22 East 12th Street, New York, NYTHE 2020 ARMENIAN FILMS at The Socially Relevant Film Festival (SRFF), New YorkFEATURE FILMLORIK | New York Premiere Alexey Zlobin | Armenia | 2018 | 94'A lonely theater actor inhabits a world populated by his past characters as he unexpectedly he finds himself plunged into the realities of the people around him. Experiencing the pain and suffering of others, transforms him from a cynical narcissist into a compassionate and selfless person. When he inhabits the role of a rich oligarch, he exploits this new situation to reach an unexpected outcome. DOCUMENTARY SHORT...

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MOTHERLAND: Film Screening & Discussion with Filmmaker Jesse Soursourian and Activist Mary Matosian ~ Thursday, March 5, 2020

MOTHERLAND: Film Screening & Discussion with Filmmaker Jesse Soursourian and Activist Mary Matosian ~ Thursday, March 5, 2020

Thursday, March 5, 2020 AT 7:45 pmSt. Leon Armenian Church / Abajian Hall 12-61 Saddle River Road, Fair Lawn, NJ MOTHERLAND: Film Screening & Discussion with Filmmaker Jesse Soursourian and Activist Mary Matosian What if healing your country meant that you had to combat traditional gender roles? MOTHERLAND is a short documentary about the women of Artsakh who put themselves at risk to save lives of countless people that use the land to farm, collect wood and attend school.Individually outcast; together, a collective – the deminers support each other as they take on the dangerous role of breaking stereotypes and...

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Vahe Oshagan: Between Acts ~ Screening & Discussion w/filmmaker Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Vahe Oshagan: Between Acts ~ Screening & Discussion w/filmmaker Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Vahé Oshagan: Between Acts 7:00 pm, Wednesday, October 12, 2019 Columbia University in New York - Knox Hall 208, 606 West 122nd Street, New York, NY Vahé Oshagan: Between Acts is a literary biography of the preeminent writer and public intellectual of the modern Armenian diaspora.The film infuses the traditional documentary with visual, sound-text, and scholarly interpretations of Oshagan’s poetry and prose. It features readings and commentary by Oshagan of his own poetry, as well as analyses by well-known literary critics Krikor Beledian, Krikor Chahinian, Marc Nichanian; and electronic compositions by Ohannes Salibian.A discussion with filmmaker Hrayr Eulmessekian will follow.Questions? Email...

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The Stateless Diplomat ~ New York Screening ~ October 2, 2019

The Stateless Diplomat ~ New York Screening ~ October 2, 2019

"The Stateless Diplomat: Diana Apcar's Heroic Life," a Documentary by Mimi Malayan   Wednesday, October 2, 2019, 7:00-8:30 pm, at the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, 420 West 118th Street  Conference Room 918 (9th floor), New York, NY 10027 Join us for a screening of The Stateless Diplomat, which tells the story of Diana Apcar, a 19th century Armenian writer living in Japan who became the de facto ambassador of the short-lived First Armenian Republic. The screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Apcar's great granddaughter Mimi Malayan. Mimi Malayan was born and raised in San Francisco for the first decade of her...

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