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Film still for A Long March. Black and white image of young men enlisting, hands raised as if reciting allegiance. Award Nominee, DEI, Local Film, Women Who Serve, World War II

A LONG MARCH

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Film A LONG MARCH Directed by TS Botkin Three veterans trace their paths from war to erasure by the U.S. Government.
Blind Ambition Film Still. Close up image of young man with eye injury. The eye has a gauze patch and the injury is being dressed with gauze. Award Nominee, Families Who Serve, International, World War I, World War II

Blind Ambition: The Wop May Story

Film Blind Ambition: The Wop May Story Directed by Frederick Krotesch, Tom Robinson Shot on 35mm filmstock with an orchestral musical score, "Blind Ambition" brings to life the story of an…
Colonel Jack film still. Black and white image of young solider in dress uniform (left) standing at attention. President Nixon is standing, framed right speaking into microphones. Army, Award Nominee, Healing, Student Film, Vietnam

Colonel Jack

Film Colonel Jack Directed by Eric Greenberg Unassuming, affable and hilariously funny, Jack Jacobs does not fit the mold of a “war hero” -- nor…
Dear Sirs film still. Close up of someone holding a photograph. Only the hands holding the photo can be seen. The photo is of a young teen (Mark Pedri, left) and his grandfather (Silvio Pedri, right) seated on a front porch. Award Winner, Healing, Mature Content, PTS, World War II

Opening Night Film: Dear Sirs

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Film Opening Night Film: Dear Sirs Directed by Mark Pedri Filmmaker Mark Pedri had never heard his grandfather Silvio’s story despite spending nearly every day together for 10…
graphic that reads Documentary Block Healing, Local Film, Post 9/11, PTS, Transitioning Home, Women Who Serve, World War II

Documentary Block

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Program Documentary Block Three documentary shorts that explore resiliency, healing, and forgiveness.
Down on the Ranch film still. A man sits atop a brown horse. The man is hugging the horse and is earing a protective helmet. Award Nominee, Healing, Local Film, PTS

Down on the Ranch

Film Down on the Ranch Directed by Scott Campbell A ranch owner volunteers her time, horses and professional research to determine the therapeutic impact of an eight-week…
HERE. IS. BETTER. film still. A man wearing a blue shirt is looking up towards the sky. His left hand is raised. He is outside and there is plenty of green plants, blurred in the background. Award Winner, Healing, Post 9/11, PTS, Transitioning Home, Vietnam, Women Who Serve

HERE. IS. BETTER.

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Film HERE. IS. BETTER. Directed by Jack Youngelson A soldier’s story is always personal, but never more than in HERE. IS. BETTER., a documentary film with…
Into Flight Once More film still. Photo from inside the cockpit of a vintage airplane. The pilot's back is center in frame; he is looking over his left shoulder. Five dials and meters are behind his seat; low and center in the photo. Award Nominee, Families Who Serve, Made By or Starring Military or Veterans, World War II

Into Flight Once More

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Film Into Flight Once More Directed by Adrienne Hall On an airstrip in Connecticut, a squadron of World War II-era DC3/C47 airplanes is forming… the distinctive, throaty…
Nations Promise film still. Image of headstones at Arlington Memorial. The first headstone is inscribed Alan Lee Boyer, SFC US Army, Vietnam Mar 8 1946 Mar 28 1969 Silver Star Purple Heart KIA Laos 5th SFG MACVSOG Award Nominee, Families Who Serve, Healing, Made By or Starring Military or Veterans, Vietnam

Nation’s Promise

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Film Nation’s Promise Directed by Justin Dailey The true story of First Lieutenant Loren Hagen and Sergeant Al Boyers, lifelong friends, divided at time of…
Second to None film stills. Image is animation of two servicemen, in profile. The one on the right is the superior, with a star patch on the shoulder. His arm is extended out and he is finger is pointed in the direction he is facing. Award Nominee, Families Who Serve, World War II

Second to None

Film Second to None Directed by Ed Carson A gripping first-hand account of a U.S. infantryman in World War II who walked through fear and cheated…
From Stem to Stone film still. Image of a man standing in a cemetery, looking at a headstone. His back is to the camera. The back of his jacket reads "In Memory of My Son, LCPL. Jeffrey D. Walker 6/12/1985 - 5/14/2007" and features the United States Marine Corps seal Award Nominee, Families Who Serve, Healing, Made By or Starring Military or Veterans

Stem to Stone: A Wreath’s Journey

Film Stem to Stone: A Wreath’s Journey Directed by Brian Burdett Each December, volunteers lay 250,000 wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery, one on every veteran’s grave. Witness this remarkable…
STRANGER AT HOME film still. Image of two leading experts in psychology and mental health, in vehicle. Dr. Charles Figley (left) has his hand on Dr. Mark Russell's shoulder. Award Nominee, Families Who Serve, Healing, Mature Content, Mental Health, PTS, Stigma, Transitioning Home

STRANGER AT HOME: The Untold Story Of Military Mental Health

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Film STRANGER AT HOME: The Untold Story Of Military Mental Health Directed by Beth Dolan, Luis Remesar STRANGER AT HOME weaves the life-altering stories of the Navy Psychologist forced into whistleblowing, the Army Ranger involved…
The Monument of Tolerance film still. Four men stand, arms crossed in front and holding hands. The image includes ceremonial flowers and flags in the background. Award Nominee, DEI, Healing, Mature Content, PTS, World War II

The Monument of Tolerance

Film The Monument of Tolerance Directed by Elizabeth Suter, Tracie Hunter 75 years after the end of World War II, veterans from both the Allied and Axis forces, and…
Veterans Journey Home film still. Two women facing each other, arms up and palms touching. Both have their eyes closed. Award Winner, DEI, Healing, Post 9/11, Transitioning Home, Women Who Serve

Veterans Journey Home: On Black Mountain

Film Veterans Journey Home: On Black Mountain Directed by Frederick Marx Women veterans experience a four-month mindfulness meditation-based workshop to confront the demons connected to their military service.
Walk With Frank film still. Image of film subject Frank standing on a bridge in New York City, holding American Flag. Award Winner, Families Who Serve, Healing, Made By or Starring Military or Veterans, PTS, Vietnam

Walk With Frank

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Film Walk With Frank Directed by Matt Mayers, Ryan Mayers A former Vietnam infantry soldier decides to celebrate his 70th birthday by walking across New York to help…