10 Lessons I Learned From Normandy

10 Lessons I Learned From Normandy

Remember how I said that I hoped my last blog post would be my last blog post? Yeah, whatever. But this was predictable, wasn’t it? After all, I have shown no backbone whatsoever when it comes to turning down my wife’s requests that I write blog posts. And given that...
10 War Films that Describe My Life

10 War Films that Describe My Life

I did my duty. I was asked to write a blog entry by my wife, who just happens to be the producer of The Girl Who Wore Freedom, and I did it. Didn’t have to, but I did. But we all can agree that there are lines that must be drawn, right? I mean, there is an end to...
The 10 Best WWII Movies

The 10 Best WWII Movies

I have been asked to write a blog entry. By the producer of The Girl Who Wore Freedom. Who happens to be my wife. I do not have to do what the producer asks me to do because I do not technically work for the producer. And by golly, I do not have to write a blog just...
What is Post Production?

What is Post Production?

We get many questions from people that find their way to our website or one of our social media sites. One common question is “Why are you always fundraising?” The answer to the last question is there is still so much to be done and this is a small independent film...
320th on Omaha Beach

320th on Omaha Beach

Did you know that balloons were a crucial part of the Allies’ D-Day strategy? The 320th Very Low Altitude (VLA) barrage balloon battalion was responsible for deploying the blimps on Utah and Omaha Beaches. It was the only African-American balloon battalion that took...
Forgotten Letters Under A Floorboard, pt. 2

Forgotten Letters Under A Floorboard, pt. 2

This is part 2 of 2, told from the perspective of Christian Taylor, director of The Girl Who Wore Freedom. If you haven’t heard Jean-Marie’s story, go back and read part 1 first. In September of 2017, I traveled to Normandy, France on a pre-production...