Grandma’s Tattoos recently screened in Egypt

Grandma’s Tattoos recently screened in Egypt

PanARMENIAN.Net - April is a month to remember for Armenians around the world, Egyptian Al-Ahram website says in a publication titled “Surviving the Genocide.”

Two years away from the centenary of the Armenian Genocide of 1915, documentary filmmaker Suzanne Khardalian thought of finding out about the fate of the Armenian women who were deported out of Ottoman Turkey into the deserts of Syria and how they survived the Genocide.

During her recent visit to Egypt, Khardalian talked about her documentary Grandma’s Tattoos, produced in 2011, which was screened for community members, revealing the reasons she decided to go through the journey of her family, through the mysterious tattoos of her grandmother Khanum, Al-Ahram says.

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