War Paint

Directed by J.C. Doler, Taylor Bracewell
AWARD WINNER: Best Film Made By or Starring Veterans or Military

ABOUT THE FILM:

“War Paint” follows one man’s journey through the heat and hell of the Vietnam War in the early 1960’s.

VIEWER DISCRETION: Contains adult language, scenes of war.


FILMMAKER BIO:

J.C. Doler is an award-winning filmmaker in Bossier City, Louisiana. He has been a Top 20 participant in the Louisiana Film Prize 6 years in a row since 2013 with films “Red River Ode,” “The Ninth,” “Beaumont,” “Hangman,” “Candyland,” and “War Paint” receiving Top 5 accolades three times as well as the first LAFP Best Visual Effects award. He has achieved numerous accolades and recognition across the globe for his writing & directing. Additionally, his work as a commercial editor has garnered multiple awards from the American Advertising Federation. He has been working in the professional film industry since 2009. Taylor Bracewell is the filmmaker behind the award-winning short film “Candyland” (2017), and “Polterguys” (2016). Taylor has established herself as a force to be reckoned with in the indie film community, particularly in Northwest Louisiana.

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Dates & Times
Past
Museum of Photographic Arts

Thu Sep 26
5:30 pm