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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, the Forgotten war, saw three years of heavy combat on the small Korean peninsula, ending in a stalemate and an armistice that still remains open today.

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Directed by Molly Stuart

Like all Israeli teenagers, Atalya Ben Abba is obligated to become a soldier. Unlike most, she questions the ethics of her country’s military and becomes determined to challenge this rite of passage. Objector follows Atalya through her conscientious objection, imprisonment, and beyond, as she attempts to reconcile her Jewish identity, her love for her family and her homeland, and her dedication to Palestinian rights

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The American War

Directed by Daniel Leonard Bernardi

The story of the Vietnam War from the perspective of six Vietcong veterans: a soldier, an officer, an informant, a guerilla, a My Lai survivor and the leader of the Long Hair army. The American War gives voice and character to Vietcong veterans. Directed by an American veteran of the Iraq War, we experience Vietcong memories of the TET Offensive, of the My Lai Massacre, of torture at the ends of the South Vietnamese army, of PTSD, building the Ho Chi Minh Trail - and of forgiveness.

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

Directed byDaniel Leonard Bernardi

Relying on newly discovered archival footage, memoirs from the fallen and expert commentary from world-renown scholars, The War to End all Wars tells the story of World War I: It's Ace pilots, mine-laying sailors, heroic doughboys, Harlem Hell Fights, and courageous nurses. As the story of trench, chemical and open warfare unfolds, we come to understand how the first global war transformed American society, leading to the Veteran's Administration, while also solidifying the country's parochial past.

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