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In the Works: New, Unique Vietnam War Doc by Ron Osgood

January 3, 2018

"Just like Me: Vietnam War Stories from All Sides" is the title of a new, unique documentary that is the result of more than a few years of work by filmmaker and Vietnam War veteran…

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The Ken Burns Documentary – A Review

September 16, 2017

By Marc Leepson Arts Editor, The VVA Veteran Ten years in the making. A reported budget of $30 million. A crew of dozens. That’s what I knew about “The Vietnam War,” the ten-part, eighteen-hour documentary…

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Tripwire!: A Worthy Vietnam Veterans Documentary

July 6, 2017

Lea Jones and Marc Waszkiewicz have combined their many artistic talents to produce a unique Vietnam War veteran documentary called Tripwire!. The film follows a formula used in nearly every other all-encompassing documentary about Vietnam veterans:…

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March 29, 2017

It’s Official: March 29 Is National Vietnam War Veterans Day

(Washington, DC) – “Forty-two years ago today, the last American combat troops left the former South Vietnam, marking the end of what was then our nation’s longest war,” said John Rowan, National President of Vietnam…

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‘My Father’s Vietnam’ Doc

November 22, 2016

Filmmaker and composer Soren Sorensen narrates his documentary My Father's Vietnam, a personal look at his father Peter's Vietnam War experience. The film also pays tribute to two men Peter Sorensen knew in Vietnam who died in…

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Documentary Query: Soul Alley Vietnam Veterans

July 29, 2016

Ted Irving, an educator and journalist, is producing a documentary about African-American GIs during the Vietnam War who created the neighborhood called Soul Alley (also Soul City) near Tan Son Nhut Airbase. "The bulk of…

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‘Joe’ – A New Vietnam War Veteran Doc

May 18, 2016

Scott Clower, a 25-year-old filmmaker, has put together a documentary called "Joe."  This fifteen-minute film tells the story of Joe Bearden, an Army helicopter pilot who was shot down over Laos and survived, but suffered severe…

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Ken Rodgers, Documentary Filmmaker, Honored by DAR

May 11, 2016

Ken Rodgers, the director and co-producer (with his wife Betty) of the acclaimed Vietnam War documentary,  Bravo! Common Men, Uncommon Valor , which deals with the infamous 77-day Siege of Khe Sanh in 1968, will…

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‘Service, Sacrifice, and Courage’ Doc

April 25, 2016

"Vietnam: Service, Sacrifice, and Courage" is the title of a new documentary featuring a group of Vietnam War veterans from Northeast Florida discussing their service in the war and their experiences after coming home. Produced…

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New HBO Doc on Richard Holbrooke

November 2, 2015

Richard Holbrooke was an important voice in U.S. foreign policy from his first State Department assignment in 1963 as a civilian AID worker in South Vietnam until his death in 2010. Along the way, he…

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