NOVEMBER 5-9, 2014

The Captive by Atom Egoyan
The Captive by Atom Egoyan
112 min. – Suspense Thriller – PG 13
Watchers Of The Sky - Official Trailer
Watchers Of The Sky - Official Trailer
Edet Belzberg – 120 min. – Documentary – PG 13
WHEN MY SORROW DIED: The Legend of Armen Ra & the Theremin
WHEN MY SORROW DIED: The Legend of Armen Ra & the Theremin
USA – Robert Nazar Arjoyan – 85 min. – Canadian Premiere – Documentary – PG 13
THANK YOU, DAD
THANK YOU, DAD
directed by Hrach Keshishyan, starring Michael Pogosyan – 95 min. – Armenia – North American Premiere – Romantic Comedy – PG 13 DIRECTOR: HRACH KESHISHYAN SCRIPT BY MICHAEL POGHOSYAN & VIGEN STEPANYAN DOP: ARTUR GHARAYAN ART DIRECTOR: ARMEN GHAZARYAN MUSIC BY VAHAGN HAKOBYAN PRODUCER: MICHAEL POGHOSYAN TEAM PRODUCTION 2014 ©
Pomegranate Film Festival Trailer
Pomegranate Film Festival Trailer
Pomegranate (POM) Film Festival 2012 Weekend Highlight
Pomegranate (POM) Film Festival 2012 Weekend Highlight
Pomegranate Film Festival - POM VI - 2011
Pomegranate Film Festival - POM VI - 2011
A quick visual recap of the 6th annual Pomegranate Film Festival in Toronto. Films: Sunrise over lake van Here The Snows of Kilimanjaro Les Neiges du Kilimandjaro The Jubilee Visitor My Grandma's Tattoos My Uncle Raphael Finding Zabel Yesayan Voyage to Amasia Le Piano The Son of the Olive Merchant Hayastan: the Land of Make Believe The Spaceship Le Petit Bijou You Don't Know Jack Mature Whiteheads The Last Armenian in Turkey Anduni King of the World Spare Change Roots Komitas Move Mephisto Don't Get Lost Children No Darkness Will Make Us Forget Moto Guzzi Lemonary Galata Revival Trade I Dream Hayrenner Apples Experience Through My Lens

About POM

The inception…

The Pomegranate Film Festival, established in 2006 stems from the Toronto Chapter of the Hamazkayin Armenian Educational and Cultural Society. A group of young Armenian professionals, bound by a passion for film and culture. Now in it’s 9th year, the Pomegranate Film Festival is a unique community event celebrating Armenian inspired film.

What’s in a name?

Like its fruity namesake, the pomegranate, this film festival is fresh, dynamic, and prolific! Rich with culture, it depicts topics relevant Armenian culture through the medium of films submitted from around the world. In doing so, it creates a platform for burgeoning Armenian talent and the community to intermingle.

This year’s Festival will take place between November 5-9th, 2014. Please come out and join the festivities.

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