Taniel picks up another award at a Portuguese festival
”I wanted the film to be powerful in conveying emotion, for the audience to feel and understand the human story, Varoujan’s pain, our pain, a story that represented all Armenians” – Garo on making ‘Taniel’
Agos reviews on Taniel, in Armenian and Turkish…
Garo, Tatevik and Yegya in conversation with Yetvart Danzikyan
Prague-based ORER magazine covered our screenings 2 significant places – Hrant Dink Foundation and Ghent University. (In Armenian)
Read the Moscow-based Zham Magazine’s reflections about our Ghent and Istanbul screenings.
”Taniel” was invited to open for the inaugural Taniel Varouzhan Annual Lecture at University of Ghent, organised by the Programme of Armenian Studies
A short report on a very heartwarming and emotional trip to Birmingham on Genocide Commemoration Day
Istanbul-based PAROS magazine were present at our screening and poetry reading session in Istanbul, at Hrant Dink Foundation. Here is their lovely review (in English and Turkish)
Garo was in Istanbul on 24 April, and here are some of his thoughts about our visit…
Details of two exciting upcoming screenings
We loved going back to New York for our screening at the wonderful SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York run by the talented Nora Armani. SRFF looks to film makers from across the world raising important social issues in society and it was really...
SR New York Festival Official Selection and a new review
Warm memories from cold Toronto…
Taniel wins Best Short Film award at one of the oldest Hollywood festivals
Garo is returning to Los Angeles’ Arpa festival with Taniel, after winning the Audience Award for this previous film there
Taniel is in the official selection of the Romanian STTP Film Festival
Taniel is in the official selection of Montecatini International Film Festival 2018
“The great poet Taniel Varoujan and the leading names of the Armenian intellectual life were being dragged into a dark journey in 1915. Taniel felt his future in his poems and he always wished for peace and serenity” – read what our Western Armenian poetry narrator Yegya Acgun thinks about Varoujan and the film
Interview with director Garo Berberian about his short film Taniel (2018) and his travel to Sydney for the screening of the film during the Armenian Film Festival by Vahe Ketab.
Noric Dilanchian hosted a Q&A session with Garo Berberian and The Crows of the Desert director Levon Parian, after the screening of both films. Listen to the podcast here.
The film will be screened at DC Shorts Film Festival in September
Jean Vartan Ekmekjian, who recently revived Hayreniqi Dzayn (Voice of the Homeland), Pan Armenian Writers’ Unions’ official newspaper, visited our screening at the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute. Read his review of the film and its backstory here.
Taniel to be screened in Sydney on 19 August!
We had a busy and emotional week in Armenia, screening at Golden Apricot and The Genocide Museum. Read all about it here.
AGOS journalist Dzovinar Lokmagyozyan attended the Taniel screening for the Golden Apricot’s International Film Festival’s Armenian Panorama section at the Cinematographers Union. Read her review below.
Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute hosted us for the film screening, and a poetry session, accompanied by their temporary exhibition dedicated to Varoujan.
Film’s Yerevan premiere as a part of Golden Apricot’s official selection
Our screening schedule in Armenia
Taniel has been nominated for the biggest Armenian festival – Golden Apricot
Taniel will be screened at Screenplay, curated by Mark Kermode
A video report on the Bermuda International Film Festival featuring Taniel
Armenpress conducted an interview with Garo Berberian after Taniel won two awards at Bermuda International Film Festival in March.
The film received the Audience Award and the award for Outstanding Direction
Taniel's first nomination is at the Bermuda International Film Festival. It will be screened on 23 March 2018.
We are very pleased to announce that Sean Bean, actor of “Lord of the Rings” and “Game of Thrones” amongst many others, is the narrative voice of “Taniel”. It was a pleasure to work with Sean in Somerset, and even better to hear him deliver...