For Immediate Release
ASA to Present Ted Bogosian's "An Armenian Journey"
The New York ASA in cooperation with the Armenian Student Club at
Columbia University of New York will present "An Armenian Journey"
a film about Armenian genocide, on Thursday, February 6, 2003 at 7pm.
with an introduction by the film director, Ted Bogosian, followed by a discussion.
The event will take place at the Lerner Hall Room E569 on Columbia U. campus,
2922 Broadway (at 115th and Broadway; entrance to the building from the campus-side.)
in New York City.
Ted Bogosian's career as a writer, producer, and director of documentary films
and studio-based television programs spans more than twenty-five years.
He wrote, produced, and directed the twice Emmy-nominated
"Anatomy of a Homicide: Life on the Street," a two-hour documentary and drama
featuring the award-winning NBC police series broadcast on PBS November 4, 1998.
He recently served as executive producer for the PBS broadcast specials
Lost Treasures of Christianity, Running Mate, and War in the Wind.
Bogosian was series producer of the 6-hour PBS series Space Age, a co-production of
WQED-Pittsburgh and NHK/Japan in association with the National Academy of Sciences.
In 1990, Bogosian created, wrote and produced the pilot for
"Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?"
From 1978-85, he was a film producer for WGBH's award-winning Nova science series.
Bogosian's programs have won several important national and international awards,
including national and local Emmys, a Writer's Guild of America Award,
a Chicago Film Festival Gold Plaque, as well as the recent for
DoubleTake Roland House High Definition Prize for "The Press Secretary"
(a PBS documentary production about three days inside the Clinton White House.
It was broadcasted in 2001.)
He also directed an episode of "Oz," to be aired on HBO in the upcoming 2003 season.
Bogosian was awarded the 2002 National Press Club Rowse Prize for Press Criticism,
the 2002 White House Photographers Association Prize for Best Political Cinematography.
Bogosian received a Master of Public Policy Degree from Harvard University and a
Bachelor of Arts from Duke University. He was an ASA scholarship recipient as an
undergraduate student. Ted Bogosian presented the awards and engaged the recipients
in a one-on-one interview at a recent ASA Awards Ceremony in Providence.
Bogosian performed as emcee at another ASA Awards Ceremony in New York City and his expertise
as an interviewer set the stage to celebrate the achievements of each of the award recipients.
Admission to this event is free and everyone is invited.