Three documentary shorts that explore resiliency, healing, and forgiveness.

The following filmmakers will be in attendance:

Scott Campbell, director, “Down on the Ranch”
Tracie Hunter, director, “The Monument of Tolerance”
Elizabeth Suter, co-director, “The Monument of Tolerance”

In this program


Veterans Journey Home film still. Two women facing each other, arms up and palms touching. Both have their eyes closed.

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.

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.

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 equine assisted program for veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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.

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 survivors of the Holocaust, come together to reconcile and put tolerance into practice.

Dates & Times
Museum of Photographic Arts

May 21, 2022
2:15 pm

Purchase Options

Available to watch
May 22, 2022 12:00 pm - May 30, 2022 11:45 pm

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