Free, Public Movie Screening of the New Documentary ‘Trauma’

Join us for a free, public screening of the new documentary ‘Trauma’ on August 9, 2018
6:00 -7:30 p.m.
at the Sioux City Orpheum Theater

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“Trauma,” the new Afghan war documentary, follows the daily lives of a UH-60 Black Hawk medevac platoon, depicting their heroics and struggles during service and their transition to civilian life years later.

This free event is organized by a collective partnership of the Sioux City Orpheum Theatre, film producer: The Colony and local Veteran Service Organizations. There will be representatives and information about local support services and programs in the lobby after the film.

“The film gives the audience an authentic and relentless first-person experience of the medics’ mission ― a high-powered mix of adrenaline, dust and heroism,” producer Ryan Cunningham said in a news release.

Australian journalist Harry Sanna embedded with C Company, 3rd General Support Aviation Battalion, 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, at Forward Operating Base Shank in Logar Province, Afghanistan. He befriended the medics and filmed hours of their daily lives on base and on missions.

This footage is interwoven with footage from 2014 and 2015 interviews with the medics in their hometowns about their memories of service and their ability to integrate into new jobs and home lives.

“My hope, with ‘Trauma,’ is to simply highlight a very small but real aspect of that war, and what it is like now for those individuals.” – Harry Sanna, Director

Click here to view the trailer

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