Message especially intended for members from Montreal ... and the phenomenally rich private jet owners of California, lol! We (a group of young armenians) started a new cinema club in the armenian community. Long story made short, we show a film once every three weeks in the armenian community center (AGBU center), a discussion follows the movie. It's open to everyone; armenian, other nationalities, young, old, etc. We try to pick movies that have had some sort of impact on cinema history, or that have brought something new to film making, in terms of genre, technique, screenplay, etc! I have always loved cinema and we started this group to offer some quality films to those who appreciate it. We're not just a bunch of kids killing time by watching movies ... the first two showings gathered a crowd of all ages and all backgrounds. Best way to learn about this is facebook (for those who have it ... who doesn't these days?). The group is called "AGBU Cinema Network", join the group and you'll receive automatic updates on what's coming, the next event is also advertised there ... it's going to be this Monday (18th of February), we'll show "Run Lola Run". The first 2 films were "Vertigo" from Alfred Hitchcock and "The Celebration" form Thomas Vinterberg. If you don't like "Run Lola Run", you can always come to the following ones!
See you all there,
Nicolas, Vava, and the rest, hope to see you guys there. And if you have questions don't hesitate a second!
Edited by Aaron, 16 February 2008 - 08:45 PM.