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The History Channel and Indigo Films
seek MILITARY REUNION STORIES OF A SPECIFIC NATURE for possible
inclusion in a documentary scheduled to air on The History Channel
later this year.
Trying to locate: Veterans desiring reunions with
Branch of Service: Any
Unit was: Any
Where served: Vietnam, Korea, or Persian Gulf
... Indigo Films is a television production company
based in the San Francisco Bay Area. We are currently researching
military reunion stories for a documentary in production for The
History Channel scheduled to air later this year.
We are profiling individual veterans who desire a
reunion with a "lost/missing" comrade(s) from combat, but have yet to
succeed in finding the person(s) with whom they want to reunite. The
premise of the program is to assist the veterans we profile in
searching for their comrade(s), to hopefully find the person(s) and
schedule a meeting, and then document the reunion on camera.
To give you some background on our documentary
premise, following are a few details about the types of stories we're
Veterans of military action from the Laos and
Vietnam time period to present
Veterans seeking to reunite for a SPECIFIC REASON
w/ a comrade(s) who played a significant role with them in combat,
but with whom they have lost touch. The reason to reunite must be a
compelling or unusual one (i.e., more than solely to renew a
friendship or introduce families to each other), and based on a
specific incident or experience.
The reunion cannot have occurred already ... it
must be a desired contact that has not been found yet.
A FEW EXAMPLES of the kinds of stories desired by
The History Channel:
veteran filing a VA claim or applying for a Medal
of Honor who needs verification of a combat or war-related incident
a veteran dealing w/ Post-Traumatic Stress
syndrome who seeks closure over a battle or war-related incident;
a veteran in possession of a long-lost item
(preferably related to combat incident) that belongs to a comrade &
wants to return it to its owner ...
If your search (or those of other veterans you may
know) happens to fit the premise of our documentary, I would
appreciate the opportunity to speak with you in more detail. Please
respond by telephone (415-460-4877; feel free to call collect) or
INDIGO FILMS for The History Channel
999 Anderson Drive, Suite 110
San Rafael, CA 94901
(415) 460-4877 / tel, voicemail
(415) 460-4875 / tel, voicemail Nmiller@indigofilms.com
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