While the American military has been under intense scrutiny for its treatment of prisoners and homosexual soldiers, there is another dark secret the most powerful institution in the world has been hiding. #NotInvisible #Freedom
Two thirsty soldiers stand on opposite sides of a mine field - separated only by the barrel of their rifles and a bottle of water.
See who comes away with the bottle in Davood Moradian’s War Story:
We are closing week two of our film exhibition with the short film Civil. Set during the Civil War, a Confederate soldier has his loyalties tested when he is pursued by a Union soldier.
Director Weston Middleton’s talents are on full display in this short, featuring gorgeous landscape photography, a thrilling cat and mouse chase, and an appearance from someone you may recognize from Wedding Crashers.
Photojournalist and filmmaker Danfung Dennis follows 25 year old Sergeant Nathan Harris from the front lines in Afghanistan to the safe confines of North Carolina in this emotionally and physically visceral look at the cost of war.
Towards the end of the Korean War, Korean troops battle for a strategic point that would redraw the border between North and South Korea.
See more of South Korea’s official foreign language submission to the 2012 Academy Awards at:
Linda Cardellini delivers a stunning performance as a soldier who returns home to Ohio after finishing her National Reserve duty in Iraq, only to find herself alienated from her friends, family, and community.