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Ultimate Sacrifices: CPT Jennifer Moreno

Directed by Daniel Leonard Bernardi

After a stellar high school career as a top marksman and leader in the JROTC program at San Diego High School, Jennifer Moreno, a warrior, nurse, and US Army captain became a core member of the Cultural Support Team in Afghanistan. The joint, elite female squad took part in the most dangerous combat operations in war-torn Afghanistan while providing allied forces a means to communicate with the women of that country. Her mentor, battled buddy sister remember her life and legacy from an underprivileged background, her career in the military, to her sacrifice in the line of duty.


The Forgotten War

Directed by Daniel Leonard Bernardi

As the second world war came to an end, the once colonized Korea was split at the 38th parallel by allied forces. Less than five years after the split North Korean forces led by Kim-Il-Sung invaded the south. The UN headed by the United States responded with the first ever police action to combat the invading North Korean forces. Thus the world was once again plunged into pinnacle conflict that would set the tone for the second half of the 20th century. The Korean war saw three years of heavy combat on the small Korean peninsula, ending in a stalemate and an armistice that still remains open today. The Forgotten War tells the story of this war from the veterans that were sent to fight it.


Directed by Molly Stuart

Like all Israeli youth, Atalya is obligated to become a soldier. Unlike most, she questions the practices of her country's military, and becomes determined to challenge this rite of passage. Despite her family's political disagreements and personal concerns, she refuses military duty and is imprisoned for her dissent. Her courage moves those around her to reconsider their own moral positions and personal power. OBJECTOR follows Atalya to prison and beyond, offering a unique window into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from the perspective of a young woman who seeks truth and takes a stand for justice.

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The War to End all Wars... And Its American Veterans

Directed by Daniel Leonard Bernardi

Relying on newly discovered archival footage, memoirs from the fallen, and expert commentary from scholars, this documentary tells the story of World War I from the American perspective: its ace pilots, mine-laying Sailors, heroic dough-boys, Harlem Hell Fighters, and courageous nurses.

The American War

Directed by Daniel Leonard Bernardi

Using obscure archival footage, animated illustrations and interviews, this film tells the story of the Vietnam War from the perspective of five Vietcong veterans: a soldier, an officer, an informant, a guerrilla, a My Lai survivor, and the leader of the Long Hair army.