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Family of Marine Corps Pfc. Colton Rusk & Eli



V-DAY 11.11.11 is a feature-length documentary that examines what it means to be a veteran in America by telling the stories of some of the men and women who dedicate their lives to our country. Cameras followed veterans from every branch of war and times served on November 11, 2011 for a glimpse into the lives of those who protect and defend our country. Weaving together these profiles and stories from all across the US, the audience witnesses what it means to serve in both peace time and at war. Over two dozen notable filmmakers and producers joined Director John Goheen in this non-profit documentary, premiering in May 2012. Copies of the film are available at no charge to any organization wishing to host a screening of this powerful film. For more information, visit www.veterans111111.com.

John Goheen, an independent film maker at the School of Communication at Loyola University Chicago. Goheen, is a faculty member at Loyola, along with some of the nation's best storytellers, have created an incredibly powerful new documentary that pays tribute to our nation's veterans.

Goheen himself shot a really powerful story on the family of Colton Rusk, a young Marine killed in combat whose family became one of the few to adopt a military dog. The trailer is also a great way to learn more about the film.

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Trailer: http://tinyurl.com/cxkp2m5


Meghan @veterans111111