JULY 22, 2009 * FILM SCREENING: ‘THE RIVER RAN RED.’ The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Falmouth (UUFF), with the Social Action Committee and the Adult Education Committee of the Fellowship, presents J. Michael Hagopian’s award-winning documentary “The River Ran Red,” a search for survivors of the Armenian Genocide along the Euphrates River. Hagopian was honored with the Arpa Lifetime Achievement Award, the Armin T. Wegner Humanitarian Award, and Jewish World Watch’s “I Witness” Award. The film received the first award in the Best International Historical Documentary at the New York International Film and Video Festival. The event begins at 7 p.m. at 840 Sandwich Rd. in East Falmouth. Fellowship member Shahkeh Yaylaian Setian will introduce the film and facilitate a discussion at the end. Refreshments will be served.
I thought the river ran red because of Armenian killing of Anatolian villagers, that were left helpless since army men left the to]wn during the wartimes.
The “river ran red” because “uha1“s greatfather was involved in killing millions of innocent Armenian women and children.
turkey committed this Genocide solely to empty off the Christian Armenians from their ancestral lands.
They are desperately trying to do the same to us Kurds, but they won’t dare to arouse the passions of 21 million strong Kurds.
uha1, Kurds are patiently waiting for any one miscalculation on the turkish side, and then we will raise hell against turks forever. Watch out.
” The River Run Red ”
Every Bedouin Said
Narrating still to their cohorts
Every now and then.
How the seen sights can forget!