A GARIN HOVANNISIAN FILM
A JOURNALIST’S FRONTLINE VIEW
OF THE 44-DAY WAR FOR ARTSAKH
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When war besieges the unrecognized Republic of Artsakh (Karabakh), writer and photographer Lika takes cover in a bunker — and begins to write a diary. Little does she know that her words will become not only the definitive chronicle of the brutal 44-day war, but also a universal portrait of a woman who undertakes a journey of courage, creativity, and a relentless commitment to human rights.
A FILM BY
FEATURING THE DIARY OF
Eric Esrailian Serj Tankian Alec Mouhibian Garin Hovannisian
Lucien Palmer, CAS
Michael T. Vollmann
BEFORE IT BECAME A FILM, IT WAS A BOOK
Invisible Republic is based on 44 DAYS: Diary From An Invisible War, a wartime diary written by Lika Zakaryan. A multilayered chronology of the recent Artsakh (Karabakh) war, the book intertwines the personal with the political to tell a tragic tale through Lika's captivating entries and photographs. The book is available online and is shipped worldwide.
Q&A with the
Watch the film and join a discussion with the filmmakers of INVISIBLE REPUBLIC to learn more about the film and the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Artsakh (Karabakh). Brought to you by AGBU and Creative Armenia.
DATE: Tuesday, January 24
TIME: 11am PST / 2pm EST / 7pm GMT / 11pm EVN