17 September 2011

Honor Never Dies


History is still being uncovered . . .




Heading Back Home: Franklin’s Unknown Soldier
and the Civil War’s Five Bloodiest Hours
 

“The gravity of the discovery of the remains and the way it captured public interest was a touching moment in time, an overwhelming response from across the nation that brought long-deserved attention to the horrors that this soldier and tens of thousands of others endured here at Franklin,” says Jacobson, who serves as director of operations for the Battle of Franklin Trust. “Brian and Jodi have captured that emotion in the context of history and modern times in a way that I didn’t think possible. The film is spectacular in every way, and not to be missed.”

Showing in Franklin, Tennessee - see more here. Stay tuned for a full review.

Note: I'm working on another one of my own film shorts about some recent discoveries related to the WBTS found while metal detecting and relic hunting. Stay tuned for that as well: River Adventure ~ Part 2

4 comments:

Lisa Aszklar said...

Thanks for this post. If you have any info about showings in other parts of the country, it would be appreciated.

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

You're quite welcome ma'am. I found out via an email sent to me by the publicity folks. I'm hoping I can get a screening in Lynchburg, VA for the Chaplains Museum. But have not heard anything on that yet.

Brock Townsend said...

Thanks and posted. You might enjoy these five videos if you haven't seen them before.

http://www.namsouth.com/viewtopic.php?t=3586&highlight=franklin

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Thanks Brock.