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Sponsor films by Hagop Goudsouzian
Hagop Goudsouzian is a Canadian-Armenian filmmaker with a passion for exploring cultural roots and identity.
After spending most of his professional life producing and directing mainstream television programs, he decided to dedicate himself to independent films. He finances his own productions for mainstream Television in HD.
He is the director of My Son Shall Be Armenian and Mon fils sera arménien, produced by the National Film Board of Canada, available in French and English.
He produced, directed and narrated Armenian Exile, a film on the quest for identity with English Subtitles.
Goudsouzian produced and directed Armenian Minstrels. A one-hour documentary on the famous Sayat-Nova Minstrel Song Ensemble and renowned Minstrels of Armenia. Filmed in HD with English Subtitles.
Goudsouzian also produced and directed Armenian Echoes, three-one hour documentaries on the Music of Armenia. Filmed in HD with English Subtitles.
Recently, Goudsouzian realeased Apricot Armenian Gold, a new documentary celebrating Apricots of Armenia. Two versions are available: with English Subtitles and with English Voices. Filmed in HD.
He also produced and directed several shorts, A Taste of Armenia, on the famous Goom's Market of Yerevan. Filmed in HD with English Subtitles.
In 2016, Goudsouzian realeased UPROOTED, a new documentary on "the Ongoing Quest for Identity." Filmed in HD with English Subtitles.
Hagop Goudsouzian is now developing a feature length documentary.
Goudsouzian finances his own films: Armenian Exile, Armenian Minstrels, Armenian Echoes (three one-hour documentaries), Apricot Armenian Gold and UPROOTED, with no financial support. His investments include, the ongoing purchase and update of production and post-production equipment and the time it takes to produce a documentary, which can be anywhere from 6 to 8 months.
While it can take over $250,000 to produce a professional broadcast quality documentary. Hagop Goudsouzian as an experienced independent filmmaker does it for much less. He achieves this with the experience gained over thirty years in filmmaking, he researches, films, edits, composes, does the final packaging as well as web delivery and authoring DVDs and Blu-ray with his team.
His films are available on Vimeos's Video-On-Demand, on DVD and Blu-ray and have aired on various PBS stations.
To continue his work he seeks ongoing support for his productions through PayPal for varying amounts of up to $1,000.
For amounts greater please contact him drectly.Sponsoring
• Sponsor $25 get four digital wallpapers, one from each of my music films.
• Sponsor $50 get 5 digital prints from one of my music films plus all of the above.
• Sponsor $100 get one music DVD of your choice. Retail value $24.95. Plus a credit on this page.
• Sponsor $250 get two music DVDs of your choice. Retail value $44.90. Plus a credit on this page.
• Sponsor $500 get four music DVDs. Retail value $84.80. Plus a credit on this page.
• Sponsor $1,000 get four music DVDs. Retail value $84.80. Plus a DVD from my next film. Plus a credit on this page. Plus "Thank YOU" credit in the film alphabetically.
• if you wish to remain annonymous please advise.
Hagop Goudsouzian is the producer and director of over 250 mainstream Television programs, 10 Armenian films and three shorts.
Apricot Armenian Gold (with Subtitles), Apricot Armenian Gold (with English Voices), Armenian Minstrels, Armenian Echoes (three part mini-series), Armenian Exile (also narrated).
Hagop also directed and narrated the feature length documentary My Son Shall Be Armenian and Mon fils sera arménien produced by
the National Film Board of Canada.
He also produced and directed several shorts, A Taste of Armenia, on the famous Goom's Market of Yerevan, free on some DVDs and Blu-rays.
In 2016 Goudsouzian released UPROOTED (also narrated), Part three of his "Armenian Trilogy."
Goudsouzian is now developing a feature length documentary. To sponsor Hagop's new projects, use contact or sponsor links.