Images of the Armenian Spirit
Premiered on PBS, August 2003
Running Time: 60 minutes plus over 20 minutes of additional interviews and footage.
Images of the Armenian Spirit celebrates more than 3,000 years of art, culture, and survival of the Armenian people. The rich visuals in this documentary highlight the epic accomplishments in Armenian history, architecture and religion as well as the devastation of the genocide of 1.5 million Armenians in 1915.
Images of the Armenian Spirit transports the viewer to today’s Republic of Armenia and, through this journey, explores the spirit of what it means to be Armenian. Some of the highlights offered in this documentary include rarely seen photographs of the rescue, by the French, of the Armenian residents of Musa Dagh during the genocide, as well as footage shot undercover in Eastern Turkey showing the devastated areas that were once historic Armenia.