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“Must Not Sleep”

On July 22, 2014, in Personal Stories, by admin

Posted by Anonymous – A Marine who did two tours in Iraq I was enlisted in the Marine Corps from June 2002 until June 2006. I did two combat tours in Iraq during my enlistment, one in 2003 and one in 2004/2005. During my first deployment I used the MK-19 grenade launcher and M2 .50 [...]

From Warrior to Healer

On July 21, 2014, in Personal Stories, by admin

Give an Hour™ spokesperson John “Medicine Bear” Radell shares his story. John Radell deployed for war in Iraq with the California National Guard’s 1498th Transportation Company, on May 15, 2003. He was 35 and had served in the early 1990s with a Special Forces unit. His mission in Iraq was to supply, service, live in, [...]

Spartan Wife Pt. 1

On February 19, 2013, in Personal Stories, by admin

As I am sitting here, I try to find the words to describe our life. We have two stories. The ones our friends know us by, and the one that we live. If you’ve seen The Notebook, you see a couple whose love withstands the sands of time. Noah, for instance, holds on to the [...]

On the Big Screen

On February 6, 2013, in News & Updates, by admin

The feeling you get when the lights go dark, there is a hush over the audience, the music fades in and the title of your film appears up on the big screen. I can only describe it as…pretty darn cool. When you see the project you have been working on for years projected in a [...]

Upcoming Screening!

On January 18, 2013, in News & Updates, by admin

The first public screening of the film is taking place next weekend!  Saturday January 26th at 1pm to be exact. I was contacted by the Pritzker Military Library located in Chicago, Illinois a couple of weeks ago asking about the possibility of screening the film in their  library as part of their Saturday matinee events.  [...]

Living With My Combat Vet Husband

On October 12, 2012, in Personal Stories, by admin

THE WAR THAT IS RAGING IN HIS HEAD-DOES IT EVER END? NO IT DOESN’T! This November will be our 43rd wedding Anniversary, yes, I am still married to the man of my dreams that I met 45 years ago. He was everything I wanted in a man, loving, gentle, romantic, affectionate, caring, the list goes [...]

4 Tours in Northern Ireland

On September 19, 2012, in Personal Stories, by admin

In 1976 during my 4th tour in Northern Ireland I had a particularly bad week, on the 13th of Jan I was blown across a street by a PIRA  bomb , but then had to do triage and body recovery . The one body was that of the young woman who had actually been planting [...]

Film Festival Circuit

On July 17, 2012, in News & Updates, by admin

Now that the post-production phase of From Hell to Here is complete we are moving on to the next leg of the journey for this project — film festivals and distribution!  This next phase will be a long road that lasts over a year with festival dates ranging from early September all the way to [...]

Nearing the end of the “Making Of”

On April 27, 2012, in News & Updates, by admin

Hi Everyone, I wanted to update you on the current status of From Hell to Here. We are very close to completion! The main edit is finished. The film is in the hands of the very capable and talented Sound Lab Studios out of Asheville, NC who are doing the original score, sound design and [...]

Vietnam to Crete – Healing the Wounds of War

On March 6, 2012, in Personal Stories, by admin

Robert L. Mitchell, Vietnam Veteran and Lead actor in From Hell to Here – PROLOGUE: After spending the year of 1967 in training as an army helicopter pilot, I was assigned to the headquarters company of the 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division. I arrived in Vietnam in January of 1968, just weeks before the decisive [...]