The highly-anticipated documentary on the war in Artsakh “45 Days: The Fight for a Nation” will screen at the Imagine Cinema Carlton, Toronto, on November 8.
The documentary is directed by former Royal Marines Commando Emile Ghessen. It shows the human cost of the 44-day war between Armenia and Azerbaijan, told through the eyes of the Armenian perspective.
The screening event will start with guests from the community arriving at 6.30 pm to meet the director. Followed by the screening of the documentary feature film starting at 7 pm After the screening, guests are invited to ask the team questions about the documentary.
The 45 Days project is working in partnership with the Cultural Impact Foundation.
The 45 Days Project is working in support of several grassroots Armenian charities with proceeds from the events being donated to various charities selected by the team directly supporting those in Armenia and Artsakh. The charities are: Oqni, Frontline therapists, Miaseen, Guardian Eagles
Directed by: Emile Ghessen
Produced by: Asko Akopyan
Edited by: A.J. Rickert-Epstein
Run Time: 98mins
Covid Restrictions: The theatre requires all guests to wear masks indoors. Proof of vaccination is required along with ID. No vaccination card, no entry in line with the Provincial mandate for movie theatres.
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