MP Garo Paylan, Alex Keushkerian, Nuran Ağırnaslı (mother of Suphi Nejat Ağırnaslı, known as Paramaz Kızılbaş martyred fighting ISIS in Kobanê in 2014), Kadir Akin, and Kayuş Çalıkman Gavrilof.

Red, a documentary, directed by Mr. Kadir Akin, about the life, views and struggles of Matteos “Paramaz” Sarkissian, a leader of the Social Democrat Hunchakian Party, who was executed in 1915 along with his 19 Hunchakian comrades at Beyazıt Square, premiered in Istanbul on October 12, 2017.

The documentary, based on the book written by Mr. Akin “Armenian Revolutionary Paramaz – Armenian Socialists and Genocide from Abdulhamid to Ittihat Terakki” examined Paramaz’s statements, ideas, and actions, along with the Armenian Question in the Ottoman Empire and the subsequent Armenians Genocide.

Among those attending the premier were; Mr. Garo Paylan member of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, Mr. Alex Keushkerian, member of the Social Democrat Hunchakian Party Central Committee, representatives of Turkey’s; Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), Republican People’s Party (CHP), Socialist Party of Refoundation (SYKP) and Party of Labour (EMEP), representatives of various institution, intellectuals and writers, as well as large number of Turkish citizens of Armenian descent.

After thanking the audience, Mr. Akin stated the documentary will be entered into international film festivals and be shown at special screenings throughout Turkey and the world.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Sign Up for Our Newsletters

Get notified of the latest updates from MassisPost.

You May Also Like

AMAA Child and Orphan Care Committee Luncheon and Fashion Show

By Eileen Keusseyan   PARAMUS, NJ – On Saturday, March 4, 2023,…

Armenians Mourn Karabakh War Dead with a March to Yeraplur

YEREVAN — Armenia began on Saturday an official three-day mourning period for…

Armenian Soldier Returns Home After Azeri Captivity

YEREVAN — After spending more than a year in Azerbaijani captivity and…

April 24 Commemorations in Los Angeles Suspended Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic

After careful consideration of the Coronavirus pandemic, the United Armenian Council of…