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 in the killing of Pat Tillman, and the Vietnam war marine turned world-renowned trauma expert, as they work tirelessly to deliver their urgent call-to-action for radical military mental health transformation.

This film contains difficult subject matter and mature themes. Viewer discretion advised.

Co-director/producer Beth Dolan and film subjects Mark Russell, Steven Elliott, and Brook Elliott will be in attendance.

Award Nomination
Best Documentary Feature

Preceded By

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

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 journey from stem to stone, through the eyes of trucker and Gold Star father J.D. Walker.

Dates & Times
Museum of Photographic Arts

May 18, 2022
7:15 pm

Purchase Options

Available to watch
May 19, 2022 12:00 pm - May 30, 2022 11:45 pm

RENT - $10.00 (Pre-order)

All Access VOD Rental - $75.00