[PAST EVENT] We Are Not Done Yet: Documentary Shorts at the 2019 Global Film Festival
Access & Features
- Open to the public
2018, USA, 40 min, TV-14, English
With filmmakers Amelia Bane ‘12, Ted Hogeman ‘09, and Christopher Mariles ‘12
We Are Not Done Yet is a creative journey of ten U.S. veterans of varied backgrounds who come together in hopes of battling their traumatic military pasts through the art of written word. Grappling with PTSD, the “warrior poets” share fears, vulnerabilities, and victories that, eventually culminate into a live performance of a collaborative poem under the direction of actor Jeffrey Wright. In the process of creating their poetry and rehearsing for the performance, these men and women build a new-found tribe in one another, allowing them to share the too often hidden truths about their intimacy with war, death, and trauma.
Enjoy free admission to all Tucker Theater programs as presented by the Triangle Arts & Culture League. No tickets are required for any of these screenings, and seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
ABOUT THE GLOBAL FILM FESTIVAL
The 12th Annual William & Mary Global Film Festival will take place Jan. 31 - Feb. 3, 2019 with four days of films, special guests, workshops, and receptions. The festival will feature a diverse program of films and live events showcasing the work of international filmmakers, William & Mary faculty, and emerging student talent from around the globe. Tickets and more info available at W&M Global Film Festival.