Veterans Stories United
Traveling Film Festival Official Launch
One night — THREE great films!
KALANI’S STORY (27 minutes) is the first installment of a series of films by Frederick Marx called VETERANS JOURNEY HOME, highlighting the roads less traveled by Veterans to achieve successful transition back into civilian life. Captain Kalani Creutzburg faced manic depression, homelessness, multiple divorces, and three attempted suicides after leaving his beloved Marine Corps before finally discovering the rejuvenating power of emotionally authentic sharing circles and setting course on his new mission in life.
A PERMANENT MARK (60 minutes) is a feature-length documentary by Holly Million that integrates the story of Americans exposed to Agent Orange with the story of Vietnamese people also exposed to the herbicide. Official world premiere of the film
VISION FAST (10 minutes of clips) A feature documentary in progress by Frederick Marx, these ten minutes of rough-cut excerpts are from a story about 12 veterans who participated in a land-based rite of passage ceremony in northeastern Washington in May 2018. This is the first time any of this material will be seen publicly!
Date: Friday, June 28, 2019
Where: Delancey Street Screening Room,
600 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94107
Time: 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM at screening room,
followed by casual reception next door at the Delancey Street Restaurant
What: Watch films and meet the filmmakers
Suggested donation: FREE to attend — donate to support future screenings
Please RSVP here to reserve your seat. Space is LIMITED. This is a FREE screening, but please confirm your attendance.
Special guests: Holly’s mom, Janet Macher, and veteran Ron Worstell are flying from Pittsburgh to attend the screening in person.
Live Q&A following each film.
Join us after the screening next door at the Delancey Street Restaurant bar for a casual reception.
600 The Embarcadero
Delancey Street Screening Room
San Francisco , California 94107