"Drum Major for Peace" focuses on the last year in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the consequences of his decision to speak out against the Vietnam War. It also examines Dr. King's decision to lead a "Poor People's Campaign" in the spring of 1968. The film utilizes archival motion picture footage and photographs as well as a rare videotape of Dr. King answering questions about his stand on national television. The film was written, narrated and produced by David Medzorian.
This commissioned promotional film profiles the hidden gem known as the Armenian Cultural Foundation in Arlington, Massachusetts. The film tells the story of the foundation and profiles its founder, Vahan Topalian. The foundation's vast collection of historical, cultural and musical artifacts is showcased, as are the many cultural and musical events that have been held there over the years.
The film celebrates the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Armenian International Women's Association. The focus is on how AIWA has played and continues to play a major role in promoting and encouraging Armenian women throughout the world in areas such as business, education and leadership. Included are recollections from the organization's three founders as well as current leaders and members.
With footage shot by Daval Video Productions, this television commercial promotes Ice Chips, a figure skating performance by some of the world's greatest skaters which raises money for charity.
A performance by Olympians Xue Chen and Hongbo Zhao at Ice Chips, held at Landry Arena at Harvard University. Shot and produced by Daval Video Productions.
A performance of "Set Down, Children" by the Guy Mendilow Ensemble and the Boston City Singers, performed at the Kroc Corp Community Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Shot and produced by David Medzorian of Daval Video Productions.
A performance of "Gentle Arms of Eden" by the Mystic Chorale and the Family Folk Chorale. Performed at Converse Hall in Boston, Massachusetts. Shot and produced by Daval Video Productions.