Although the Los Angeles PBS affiliate KCET-TV is refusing to air "The Armenian Genocide," Los Angeles residents will be able to see Andrew Goldberg’s documentary in three free screenings on Monday–April 17 at Hollywood’s Egyptian Theater.
The free screenings are one hour long–and will be at 6:00 PM–8:00 PM–and 10:00 PM. No tickets are needed for the screenings–but arrive early as it is on a first come first served basis.
Goldberg–who helped pay for the free screenings himself–said that if the crowds are large enough–an additional screening may be added.
Large groups are welcome–however no children under 12 will be permitted. Due to increased security–ID may be necessary to enter the theater.
DVD’s and videos of the one-hour documentary focusing on the Ottoman Empire’s role in the Armenian genocide and ongoing denial in the modern republic of Turkey will be available for purchase Monday night.
The Egyptian Theater is located at 6712 Hollywood Blvd.–Hollywood–CA 90028.
For more information about the screenings or to volunteer–log on to www.twocatstv.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.