These film days are dedicated to films from countries situated on Europe’s eastern border: Georgia, Ukraine, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova and Belarus. They will be screened in the presence of their directors or producers.Start: Jan 22 8:00 am End: Jan 26 5:00 pm Venue: Bozar Center for Fine Arts Address:
Determined to showcase the work of talented artists of Armenian descent, AGBU PAD established the Armenians in Film series in 2015 to promote those who have successfully ventured into the world of film.
Giving filmmakers an opportunity to present their works at the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York City, Americaโ€s pre-eminent film presentation institution, is just another step AGBU PAD is taking to help these artists take important strides in their careers. This series has featured short films by filmmakers whose works have been screened at some of the most prestigious film festivals in the world, such as TIFF, Cannes Film Festival, Sunset Film Festival, Pomegranate Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, among others. PAD provides generations of Armenian filmmakers the chance to establish connections and future collaborations, receive invaluable feedback on their work, and gives the New York City artistic community a glimpse into what they are achieving.
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“Artsakh Fest” by artist and director Willi Andrick (Germany). The film documents the working process of the participating artists and tells the story of the first ever contemporary art festival of Stepanakert that took place in the abandoned building of the State Drama Theater.
Start: Jun 13 7:00 pm End: Jun 13 7:00 pm Venue: AGBU Conference Hall Address:
Fresh off a sold-out premier at the Full Frame Documentary Festival, Motherland is a 20-minute film about the women deminers of Artsakh, who put themselves at risk in order to clear the land of dangerous explosives left over from the war. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the two directors.
Start: Apr 17 6:30 pm End: Apr 17 8:30 pm Venue: AGBU Address:
The fourth annual “Armenians in Film at Lincoln Center: 6 Short Films by Armenian Filmmakers”. Doors open at 6:30pm, and screening will begin promptly at 7:00pm.
Snow (USA) – Directed by Nina Kotyantz, featuring Ara Woland
Getting Fat in a Healthy Way (Bulgaria) – Directedy by Kevork Aslanyan
Antouni (USA) – Directed by Alik Barsoumian
Taniel (UK) – Directed by Garo Berberian
Bad Girl (France) – Directed by Arnaud Khayadjanian
The Piano (France) – Directed by Levon Minasian
A Q&A Session will follow the screening.
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/338847123353681/Start: Nov 16 6:30 pm End: Nov 16 9:00 pm Venue: Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center at the Film Society of Lincoln Center Address: