Armenian Movie ‘Path of My Dream’ Screening in Ft. Lauderdale
The Florida screening of a new Armenian movie, “Path of My Dream” will take place at Savor Cinema, 503 SE 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 on April 29, 2018 at 7:00 pm.
The film is in Armenian with English subtitles, and stars Aram MP3 Sargsyan, Michael “Misho” Abrahamyan, Iveta Mukuchyan, David Hakobyan, and Khoren Levonyan.
7 directors and 7 novels leading us through the way they have passed.
These stories reflect lives of ordinary people. Each of the characters is one of us, searching for nothing fancy but happiness.
Longing, sense of duty, belief, anticipation, smile, a newfound dream… What can unite people and make human relationships better and warmer?
The film was released in December 2017 and has a running time of 2 hours, 2 mins.
Call for details and tickets information 786-537-4031. Tickets are available for purchase online from Eventbrite, just click below.
Armenian Genocide Documentary ‘Intent to Destroy’ to Premier at Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival
The Grigorian Family Trust and the Florida Armenian Genocide Commemoration, Inc. will host the Florida premier of the Armenian Genocide documentary ‘Intent to Destroy’ at the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) on Wednesday, November 15, at 6:00pm at Savor Cinema.
According to Deadline, “Abramorama and Gathr Films have acquired North American theatrical rights to the Joe Berlinger documentary ‘Intent to Destroy,’ a film-within-a film that centers on the Armenian genocide of 1915 and was a critical favorite at this year’s Tribeca and Hot Docs film festivals. Abramorama will release the film theatrically on Nov. 10 in New York and Los Angeles followed by select cities nationwide. Gathr Films will then expand the release with one-night-only event screenings through its crowd-sourced theatrical distribution platform Theatrical On Demand.”
According to IndieWire, “The Armenian Genocide claimed the lives of 1.5 million Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire from 1915-1917, but the truth about the horrors was suppressed because of America’s diplomatic relationship with Turkey. Even as recently as 2016, when filmmaker Terry George set out to make a narrative feature about the tragedy, the Oscar Isaac-starring ‘The Promise,’ he fielded threats from the Turkish government. Academy Award-nominated director Joe Berlinger was on set to capture the challenges — both artistic and political — in making a movie about the Genocide. In the first trailer for this unflinching documentary, ‘Intent to Destroy: Death, Denial, and Depiction,’ Berlinger weaves interviews with filmmakers and historians into his fascinating behind the scenes footage.”
The highly anticipated documentary ‘Intent to Destroy’ includes behind-the-scenes footage of the making of the film ‘The Promise,’ as well as exclusive interviews with filmmakers, historians, actors, and genocide survivors. The documentary also features new music written and produced by award-winning Armenian American musician Serj Tankian of the rock band ‘System of a Down.’
The Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival premier reception includes live Armenian music by Dick Barsamian on Oud, as well as food and refreshments.
Tickets to the FLIFF premier are $12 and can be purchased online by clicking below.