National Watch-Along Movie Night: Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day

April 22, 2020 - April 23, 2020 3:30 PM - 8:00 PM

​In honor of Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day on April 24, 2020, join us for National Watch-Along Movie Night on April 22nd and 23rd. Films will be followed by Q&A sessions with film directors and producers on ANCA Facebook page


Watch:   YouTube, Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunesDirecTV 

"The Promise” (2017) is a major historical drama depicting the Armenian Genocide through a touching love story. The film is written and directed by Terry George, produced by Dr. Eric Esrailian, Mike Medavoy, and Bill Horberg, and features an international cast and crew including Oscar Isaac and Christian Bale. All film proceeds, and an unprecedented amount of additional philanthropy, has been designated to various charities with an emphasis on human rights and Armenian causes.



Watch:    Amazon Prime, iTunes, Hulu (with Starz add-on) 

In “Intent to Destroy: Death, Denial and Depiction” (2017), filmmaker Joe Berlinger meets with historians and scholars to discuss the Armenian Genocide and its denial, set during the filming of “The Promise.” 


For more information, read the full event details on the Armenian National Committee of America’s website here.


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