Re: Return with Honor

Kristine R. Brancolini (brancoli@indiana.edu)
Tue, 13 Jul 1999 08:57:18 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks, Gary. You're the champ! It was screened last October at this film
festival and it doesn't look like it's in video distribution yet. BTW,
the festival looks very cool...

Kristine Brancolini

On Tue, 13 Jul 1999, Gary Handman wrote:

> Found this on the web, KB (Chicago Film Festival
> http://www.chicago.ddbn.com/filmfest/index.html)
>
>
> Freida Lee Mock and
> Terry Sanders
>
> In their follow-up to the Oscar-winning
> Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision, directors
> Freida Lee Mock and Terry Sanders tell of
> the 462 American pilots held captive as
> prisoners of war in North Vietnam, some for
> as long as eight-and-a-half years. Enduring
> seemingly endless physical and mental
> torture in the notorious "Hanoi Hilton," the
> prisoners' stories serve as shining examples
> of the unbreakable human spirit. With
> heartfelt sincerity and some surprising
> humor the pilots detail how they went from
> being confident, cocky flyboys to humbled,
> often terrified captives. Their only
> objective: to survive and return home
> without shaming themselves or their
> country.
> (English; 102 min.)
>
>
>
>
> At 07:48 AM 07/13/1999 -0700, Kristine R. Brancolini wrote:
> >Does anyone know about a documentary about the Vietnam War, produced by
> >Freida Lee Mott and Terry Sanders, called _Return with Honor_? It is
> >mentioned in a recent book about Vietnam that one of our users is reading.
> >The book suggested that program had been released, but I can't find it in
> >the usual suspects (Bowker, Video Source Book, OCLC WorldCat, Video
> >Librarian index -- 1998, 1999). I also checked WorldCat by filmmakers'
> >names, in case the title was slightly incorrect. Any help would be
> >greatly appreciated.
> >
> >Kristine Brancolini
> >Indiana University Libraries
> >
> >
> >
> >
> Gary Handman
> Director
> Media Resources Center
> Moffitt Library
> UC Berkeley 94720-6000
> http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC
>
> "Everything wants to become television" (James Ulmer -- Teletheory)
>