July 28, 2021

For The Man Who Refused To Be Gray

Argentina buried Diego Maradona yesterday. I read here and there, that the world’s greatest football player died last Tuesday of a heart attack at his home […]
August 20, 2020
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Այգեպանին Չ’մոռանաս

Մեր ընկեր Արբի Բաղդանյանի հիշատակին:   Ինչ որ իրականությունն է պիտի ասել՝ Արբին, ում կորուստը այժմ ողբում ենք, եթե նույնիսկ ապրեր 100 տարի, երևի երբևե իր […]
August 6, 2019

Jour-Fixe with the Teacher

I am organizing an event where my uncle can meet his students once again For over twenty years Leonid Sarvarian not only taught his students the […]
August 17, 2017

Remembering Entezami

A tribute to late Iranian actor Ezatollah Entezami I met Ezatola Entezami when I was around 16 at the Iranian cinema museum thanks to a mutual […]
February 15, 2017

Our Show is Sold Out!

We clearly have underestimated the Armenian community in LA! I feel both thrilled and mad to announce, that the show that my team and I worked […]
February 8, 2017

25 Reasons To Be Content About Adam Noorian

As the post show depression kicks in I find reasons to be idealistic! Our inaugural show “Yes Adam Noorian – Ես Ադամ Նուրեան” finally came to […]
January 9, 2017

Unveiling “Yes, Adam Noorian”

My next project is a multimedia live Show! Read on! “Yes, Adam Noorian” is a bilingual play in Armenian and English, based on the novel “The […]
October 18, 2016

Obscure Elegy

Or in adoration of the power of touch! This is for my Cuba family and anyone who loves the “Taste of Cherry” both in its general […]
April 30, 2016

“The Day After” is out!

Our April 25 awarness video is now on Facebook Videos! I’m happy to announce that after several sleepless nights and heavy work our tribute to Armenian […]
June 20, 2014

Gender and Identity in Diaspora Armenian Art

The concept of being Armenian is definitely a complex subject to write about. A very brief research over the internet can confirm that the tragedy of […]
July 6, 2013

Things NOT TO DO watching a short film

I don’t know if its just me or other filmmakers do kind of have the same neurotic approach when the time comes to screen their work, […]
April 5, 2012

Making Films in Indigenous Languages

As an Armenian from Iran, it has always been a dream to make films in my native Parskahay dialect, but the number of people who can […]
August 10, 2011

Meeting Steven Zaillian

I was recently at French bakery on Kenneth Village in Glendale, ordering coffee latte when I noticed the person sitting on the table next to me […]