Vittorio Taviani, Director of Armenian Genocide movie ‘The Lark Farm’, Dies at 88
Prize-winning Italian film director Vittorio Taviani has died at the age of 88.
Taviani and his brother Paolo formed one of Italian cinema’s most famous duos and together they made more than 15 films.
One of their best-known was the gritty biopic “Padre Padrone”, set in Sardinia, which won the top Palme d’Or prize at Cannes in 1977.
Atom Egoyan’s Speech At The 35th Anniversary Celebration Of Zoryan Institute
Atom Egoyan delivers the keynote address during Zoryan gala event at the Granite Club of Toronto, April 7, 2018.
Oscar nominated filmmaker Atom Egoyan delivered a keynote address during the 35th anniversary celebration of the Zoryan Institute on April 7, 2018 in the Granite Clube, Toronto.
Here’s the full text of Egoyan’s speech.
Open letter to Serzh Sargsyan
Demonstrators clash with police in Yerevan on April 16. Photo courtesy of Hetq: Narek Aleksanyan
Mr. Serzh Sargsyan,
As you are well aware, all of the Armenian nation has been following the peaceful protests in the last 5 days in our country.
I'm writing to you directly because you are the object of focus in this crucial moment of our national ...