“VISIONS OF WARRIORS” IS ON SOCIAL WORK TODAY

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“Visions of Warriors” is on Social Work Today. According to their site, “Social Work Today is established as an essential resource for social work professionals. Our in-depth content examines the difficult issues, challenges, and successes of social workers.” We deeply appreciate the support of the social work community in getting the word out about our film. Thank you to Kathleen Czermanski, Marianne Mallon, and Social Work Today for their generous assistance. 

To visit the webpage:
http://www.socialworktoday.com/news/ma_MJ18.shtml

“VISIONS OF WARRIORS” IS COVERED AS A FOLLOW-UP STORY ON MOTION ARTS PRO

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Recently, “Visions of Warriors” was covered as a follow-up story on Motion Arts Pro. According to their site, Motion Arts Pro “focuses on the art and craft of filmmaking for modern visual storytellers.” Motion Arts Pro is presented by American Illustration and American Photography (AI-AP), the leading hardcover, juried annuals. We’re deeply honored to be covered by this respected media company. David Schonauer, who is the editor of Motion Arts Pro, was the former editor-in-chief of American Photo, one of our favorite photography magazines. Thank you to David and Motion Arts Pro for their continued support.

To read the article:
https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/22968/followup-visions-of-warriors-now-on-demand.html

“VISIONS OF WARRIORS” IS FEATURED AS A USER STORY ON FCP.CO

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Recently, “Visions of Warriors” was featured as a User Story on FCP.Co, a great site specializing in the editing program, Final Cut Pro. This site has been an important resource to us in learning about the program, especially as it continues to evolve. We’re inspired by all of the other User Stories and are deeply honored to be included as one. Thank you to Peter Wiggins and the FCP.Co team for this wonderful opportunity.

To read the story:
http://www.fcp.co/final-cut-pro/articles/2042-editing-visions-of-warriors-feature-documentary-with-final-cut-pro-x

“VISIONS OF WARRIORS” IS INTERVIEWED BY NEWSSHOOTER


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Recently, we were interviewed by Newsshooter, a leading filmmaking site. We’re so honored to be able to share our film with them. It’s not often you get to be on one of your favorite sites that you read every day. We rely on this site for its expert technical reviews and are constantly inspired by its in-depth interviews with filmmakers, video journalists, and other creative professionals. Thank you to Matt Allard and the Newsshooter team for this huge honor. 

Read the interview: 
http://www.newsshooter.com/2018/02/19/visions-of-warriors-a-feature-documentary-that-raises-awareness-about-the-rise-of-veteran-mental-illness/

“VISIONS OF WARRIORS” IS COVERED ON THE CENTER FOR DEPLOYMENT PSYCHOLOGY BLOG

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“Visions of Warriors” is covered on the Uniformed Services University / Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) Blog by Laura Copland, who is a Cognitive Behavioral Trainer at the center. According to their website, the mission of the Center for Deployment Psychology is to “lead the development of a community of culturally mindful and clinically competent providers through he delivery of high-quality training and education, the convening of experts, and the dissemination of research-based treatment and the latest topics in military behavioral health.” We’re so excited to work such a great organization that focuses on training the next generation of military behavioral health providers. Thank you to Laura Copland and the CDP for this insightful blog post. Thank you again to Paula Domenici and the CDP for including our film as part of their talks on moral injury earlier in the year.

To read the blog post:
http://deploymentpsych.org/blog/staff-perspective-visions-warriors-veteran-photo-recovery-project

To learn more about the Center for Deployment Psychology:
http://deploymentpsych.org/

THE VETERAN PHOTO RECOVERY PROJECT IS THE COVER STORY OF PALO ALTO WEEKLY

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The Veteran Photo Recovery Project is the cover story of Palo Alto Weekly—“Visualizing Hope: Veterans Overcome PTSD through Photography.” We’re excited that this incredible program is being showcased in this publication that serves the Palo Alto community and beyond. Hopefully, this cover story can help raise awareness about the program and the power of innovative photography therapy to treat rising veteran mental illness. We deeply appreciate the Palo Alto Weekly helping to publicize our screening of “Visions of Warriors” at the City of Palo Alto / Cubberley Artist Studio Program (CASP) Open Studio Event on Saturday, 11/18/17, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Cubberley Community Center in Palo Alto. Thank you to Sue Dremann and Palo Alto Weekly for their generous support.

To download a copy of the print edition:
https://www.paloaltoonline.com/morguepdf/2017/2017_11_10.paw.section1.pdf

To read the article on Palo Alto Online:
https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2017/11/10/veterans-visualize-hope-through-photos?utm_campaign=magnet&utm_source=article_page&utm_medium=related_articles

To read an accompanying article on three participants of the Veteran Photo Recovery Project: 
https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2017/11/10/veterans-find-new-lens-on-life-through-photography?utm_campaign=magnet&utm_source=article_page&utm_medium=related_articles

“VISIONS OF WARRIORS” IS COVERED IN FEATURE SHOOT

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“Visions of Warriors” is covered in Feature Shoot, one of our favorite photography sites. According to the site, “Feature Shoot showcases the work of international emerging and established photographers who are transforming the medium through compelling, cutting-edge projects.” We’re so honored to be part of this great site. We’re always inspired by all the amazing photography and the talented photographers behind it. Our documentary is not only meant to raise awareness about the rise of veteran mental illness and the power of innovative photography therapy to treat it, it’s also a love letter to the art of photography, which has given us so much. Thank you to Ellyn Kail, Aison Zavos, and Feature Shoot for this incredible honor. 

To read the article:
https://www.featureshoot.com/2017/11/veterans-using-photography-cope-trauma/

“VISIONS OF WARRIORS” IS COVERED IN THE USA TODAY SPECIAL EDITION VETERANS AFFAIRS 2017

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“Visions of Warriors” is covered in the USA Today Special Edition Veterans Affairs 2017 article, “Mission Recovery: New Documentary Highlights Program that Gives Veterans New Lens on Life.” We’re deeply honored to be a part of this great publication focusing on veterans and coming out during Veterans Month. Hopefully, through its wide circulation, it raises awareness about the rise of veteran mental illness and the power of innovative photography therapy to treat it. “Visions of Warriors” will be released on Veterans Day (11/11/17) on Amazon Video DirectApple iTunes, Google Play, and Vimeo on Demand as well as on our site: visionsofwarriors.com/store. Thank you to writer Kristen Schmitt, Sara Schwartz, and USA Today for their in-depth coverage of “Visions of Warriors" and the Veteran Photo Recovery Project. 

Download a copy of the magazine: 
http://ee.usatoday.com/emag/Default.aspx?href=

View the magazine on Issuu:
http://issuu.com/studiogannett/docs/veterans_20affairs?e=17063731/55110573