"Aghet-The Armenian Genocide," dir. Eric Friedler. AGHET incorporates never-before-seen footage and documents -- making it one of the best researched and presented documentaries on the Armenian Genocide. More than just a historic retelling of the Genocide, the film also delves into the ongoing campaign of denial that the Turkish government has mounted since these events occurred in World War I.
"Ararat," dir. Atom Egoyan. Filmmaker Edward Sorayan is making a non-documentary movie recounting the 1915 Armenian genocide by the Turks. The filmmakers hire an art historian named Ani, an expert on Gorky's life, as a consultant for the film. Ani is currently having problems in her own family as her stepdaughter Celia accuses her of being the direct cause in the death of Celia's father/Ani's second husband. Celia even resorts to public outbursts to guilt Ani to tell what Celia believes to be the truth about the death. This public disagreement places Ani's son, Raffi, in an awkward position as he is Celia's lover. As filming occurs and the story of the Armenian genocide is told, Raffi travels to the historic Armenia - now Turkey - to discover truths about his cultural past and his family's more immediate past. Upon his return from Turkey, Raffi has problems reentering the country as he is accused of smuggling drugs in the film reel canisters by a customs agent named David, who later realizes that Edward did not do it .
"Mother (Mayrig/Մայրիկ)," dir. Henri Verneuil. A 1991 semi-autobiographical film written and directed by French-Armenian filmmaker Henri Verneuil about the struggles of an Armenian family that emigrates to France from Turkey during the Armenian Genocide of 1915.
"Screamers," dir. Carla Garabedian. A documentary about genocide which features System Of A Down, traces the history of genocide and genocide denial through the atrocities in Armenia, The Holocaust, Cambodia, Bosnia, Rwanda and Darfur.
"Secret History: the hidden Holocaust," a documentary about the Armenian Genocide by the UK's Channel 4.
"The Armenian Genocide," a PBS documentary about the Armenian Genocide.
"The Cut", dir. Fatih Akin. This feature film is about a young survivor of the Armenian Genocide, whose throat is slashed as he embarks on a long march along with other genocide victims in search of his two daughters. The movie is directed by a German-Turkish director, Fatih Akin and written by an Armenian, Mardik Mardin. While working on this movie as a dialect coach helping all actors with various foreign accents and as an Armenian Holocaust cultural consultant in 2013, I had the privilege to assist Julie Adams, a top-notch Hollywood dialect coach.
"The Lark Farm (La masseria delle allodole)," dir. Paolo and Vittorio Taviani. Members of an aristocratic family struggle to survive amid the Armenian Genocide in post-World War I Turkey. The following Youtube video contains excerpts from the movie.