Sweet Memories in Ste. Marie du Mont

Sweet Memories in Ste. Marie du Mont

On June 6, 1944, the Germans had occupied Dany’s town for four years. She’d grown up knowing nothing but food rations and Nazi rule. As the US servicemen landed on France’s Utah Beach and streamed through Ste. Marie du Mont, many stooped to give her candy,...
The Dress Made of Parachutes

The Dress Made of Parachutes

Some of our nation’s most precious treasures are our veterans. Sadly, every day we are getting closer to losing all of our WW2 vets and with them their stories. The French celebrate these veterans and it is more than just a day that gets mentioned in passing....
6 Questions from Our Chicago Screening

6 Questions from Our Chicago Screening

On July 24th, 2019 we had our first official focus group screening of The Girl Who Wore Freedom at the Lake Theater in Chicago, IL. This was an incredible milestone and we were glad to have some heartfelt conversations with the veterans and crew who made the film...
Dale Dye On Keeping History Alive

Dale Dye On Keeping History Alive

We ran into actor/veteran Dale Dye at the Utah Beach Museum in France. Here are his thoughts on how not to trip off the edge of the earth.