“Visions of Warriors” Documentary for Nebraska Libraries

The producers of the “Visions of Warriors” documentary are offering free virtual screenings of the film to Nebraska libraries and their patrons.

This feature documentary is about four veterans from the Vietnam War era to the Iraq War who participate in the groundbreaking Veteran Photo Recovery Project, using innovative photography therapy to treat their moral injury, PTSD, military sexual trauma, and other mental illnesses.

Learn more about the project at www.visionsofwarriors.com.

In addition to the film, the producers are providing the following free resources for libraries to use: Press Kit, Discussion Guide, “How to Organize a Screening” Guide, and “How to Set Up an Online Screening and Q&A” Guide.

To give back and assist with the COVID-19 relief efforts, the producers are offering online screenings of  “Visions of Warriors” at no cost to libraries, universities, veterans organizations, and mental health organizations. It’s a way for libraries to help promote veterans services and create powerful online programming during this challenging time.

“Visions of Warriors” received a generous grant from the Stanford University Medicine & the Muse Program in Medical Humanities, premiered at the prestigious Vail Film Festival, and received an honorable mention at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) 2017 Voice Awards.

For more information, please contact Ming Lai, Director, Humanist Films, LLC, 626-372-1301, minglai[at]humanistfilms[dot]com.

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