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Documentary On The Devastating Impact Of The Turkish Blockade On Armenia

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  • Documentary On The Devastating Impact Of The Turkish Blockade On Armenia

    Armenian National Committee of America
    888 17th St., NW, Suite 904
    Washington, DC 20006
    Tel: (202) 775-1918
    Fax: (202) 775-5648
    E-mail: [email protected]
    Internet: www.anca.org

    PRESS RELEASE
    July 5, 2005
    Contact: Elizabeth S. Chouldjian
    Tel: (202) 775-1918

    DOCUMENTARY ON THE DEVASTATING IMPACT OF THE TURKISH
    BLOCKADE ON ARMENIA SELECTED FOR FILM FESTIVALS

    -- Film Narrated by System of a Down's Serj Tankian;
    Won Praise of Award-Winning Director Atom Egoyan

    WASHINGTON, DC - "Armenia, a Country under Blockade," a powerful
    documentary film on the impact of Turkey's blockade of Armenia was
    featured at the recently concluded Myrtle Beach International Film
    Festival, and has been chosen as an official selection for the
    upcoming "Golden Apricots," Yerevan's International film festival,
    which will take place between July 12 and 17th, reported the
    Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA).

    Narrated by System of a Down lead vocalist Serj Tankian and
    directed by Diran Noubar, the 52-minute documentary film describes,
    in compelling images and through first-hand accounts, the human
    impact of Turkey's decade-long, illegal blockade of Armenia. It
    has been met with critical acclaim, including a standing ovation at
    the Cannes Festival's film market held earlier this year. Academy
    Award nominee Atom Egoyan (1997-The Sweet Hereafter) has called
    "Armenia, a Country under Blockade" a "very worthy and important
    document."

    The timing of the film's release, on the eve of the European
    Union's membership negotiations with Turkey, sparked a sharp
    reaction from Ankara, and interest on the part of Europeans
    troubled by the prospect of accepting a member state that so
    flagrantly violates international law. The film was shot entirely
    in Armenia.

    "Diran Noubar's powerful work is bringing the story of Armenia -
    and the brutal impact of Turkey's illegal blockade - to the
    attention of vast new international audiences," said Aram
    Hamparian, Executive Director of the ANCA. "We encourage Armenian
    Americans to watch this documentary - and just as importantly - to
    share it with their local elected officials, to arrange screenings
    for civic groups, and to encourage its broadcast by local
    television stations."

    The film will be shown twice at the Golden Apricots, on July 12th
    at 5:00 pm and again on July 13th at 11:00 am at the Cinema House
    at Moskva Movie Theater in Yerevan. For further information,
    contact:

    Diran Noubar
    Kayane Productions, Inc
    1901 Dorset Drive
    Tarrytown, NY 10591
    (646)642-0544
    (917)459-4109
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