American PBS announced that Ani Hovhannisian’s award-winning documentary, “The Hidden Map,” will be broadcast on December 9, which coincides with the World Day of Genocide Commemoration and Prevention. The documentary presents thoroughly how the Armenian past is hidden under the surface of modern Turkey and requires discovery. “The Hidden Map” tells the story of an American-Armenian granddaughter of genocide survivors, who encounters a Scottish explorer, and they unearth relics and the hidden map together. The documentary bases its tone on various themes such as discovery, hope, that belongs to all of humanity, and at times, also heartbreak. The broadcasts will include a lively in-studio conversation with filmmaker Ani Hovannisian and special messages from Artist Serj Tankian, Good Day LA anchor Araksya Karapetyan, and Historian Richard Hovannisian. In the studio, Andy Trimlett and guest-host Carla Garapetian will lead the conversation. Prominently, “The Hidden Map” has achieved international grandeur by winning various film festival awards and being nominated for three 2021 primetime Emmy awards.
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