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Armen Antranikian
Armen Antranikian is a filmmaker based in Los Angeles, and a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts, where he received the Jack Nicholson Award and the John Huston Award. Armen grew up in Germany, lived in London for many years, and, while studying film at the University of the Arts London, was selected for the BFI London Film Festival's development program. His short film The Girlfriend Game was featured on Nowness, after it premiered on Short of the Week and garnered close to a million views on Vimeo as a Staff Pick. The film played in the Best Short Film category at the Champs-Elysées Film Festival, and at screenings hosted by the American Cinematheque, The Standard Hotels, and Soho House. Armen strives to connect with audiences on a personal level, and, as noted by the Guardian, “make films with universal appeal that will be seen by people all over the world”. His upcoming projects include psychological thriller Foreign Affairs and digital drama series Between Sheets. He is repped by Bob Bookman and Christopher Smith at Paradigm, Lindsay Williams and Justin Littman at the Gotham Group, and attorney Tara Kole.