Musa Dagh – The Road Home

Short Film
As part of the “Road to Revolution” screening.

Sydney
Sun 15 Sep 2PM
Q&A with filmmaker of Musa Dagh: The Road Home Mariam Ohanyan will follow the screening.

Melbourne
Sun 20 Oct 12:30PM

Sydney
Q&A with filmmaker Mariam Ohanyan will follow the screening.


53 min | Documentary | Armenia | 2016 | Mariam Ohanyan | Suitable for 15+ | Armenian with English subtitles

A fascinating documentary of the descendants of the brave Musa Dagh (Musa Mountain) survivors, who make the pilgrimage to the land of their ancestors. During the 1915 Armenian Genocide, the residents of six villages surrounding Musa Dagh resisted the Ottoman aggressors and survived the genocide. The descendants of these brave Armenians return to the land of their ancestors to uphold their traditions against a challenging backdrop in Turkey. 

Screening as part of 5 incredible films in the ‘Road to Revolution’ session.
This session includes 5 films by 5 women filmmakers and takes us from Genocide to Earthquake to the Velvet Revolution. A fascinating journey through Armenia’s recent history.