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one-hour documentary , "The Armenian Genocide," broadcast on PBS TV stations nationwide on April 17, 2006. The narration is done a actress Julianna Margulies.
Goldbergthree other Armenian documentaries "The Armenian Americans," "The Armenians, A Story of Survival," and "Images of the Armenian Spirit."
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An American filmmaker, ANDREW GOLDBERG is an Emmy Award winning American filmmaker of Jewish descent who has produced four documentaries on Armenian subjects that have been broadcast internationally. Founder and owner of Two Cats Productions, Goldberg produced, wrote and directed a one-hour documentary in association with Oregon Public Broadcasting, "The Armenian Genocide," that was broadcast on PBS TV (American public television) stations nationwide on April 17, 2006. The narration is done by a number of Holllywood stars including, actress Julianna Margulies.
Goldberg's three other Armenian documentaries include "The Armenian Americans," "The Armenians, A Story of Survival," and "Images of the Armenian Spirit."
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