Documentaries

New Doc on D.C. Homeless Veterans

October 23, 2008

The makers of the soon-to-be-released documentary, Beyond The Wall: The Homeless Zone , call their film "a social documentary."  The doc, which is scheduled to makes its online debut on Veterans Day, November 11, "takes…

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JFK Vietnam War What-If Doc

September 26, 2008

Virtual JFK: Vietnam If Kennedy Had Lived , a newly released documentary film directed and edited by Koji Masutani, takes on the unanswerable what-if of its subtitle. The film, which opened in New York City…

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A First Look at the Lioness Doc

August 10, 2008

      The documentary film Lioness takes a look at a group of female Army support soldiers who became the first women in American history to be sent into direct ground combat in the…

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New Agent Orange Doc: A Private Requiem

July 10, 2008

Agent Orange: A Personal Requiem is a new documentary film by Masako Sakata that chronicles the story of Greg Davis, the filmmaker's late husband, a Vietnam veteran and former Time magazine photojournalist, who died in…

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'The Betrayal, ' A Documentary Two Decades in the Making

June 20, 2008

The documentary film, The Betrayal , had its premiere June 14 at the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival at New York City's Lincoln Center. The film, directed by noted cinematographer Ellen Kuras (Analyze That…

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Let's Go Surfin' Now

May 15, 2008

Between the Lines is a new documentary film that looks at the Vietnam War through the lives of California surfers Pat Farley and Brant Page—one of whom, Farley, was drafted and sent to Vietnam, and…

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Vietnam, Long Time Coming On DVD

April 8, 2008

In January 1998, 45 Americans and 20 Vietnamese made a 1, 200-mile, sixteen-day bicycle trip from Hanoi to Saigon. Most of the Americans and some of the Vietnamese were veterans of the American war in…

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