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“New Yorkers in Uniform: From World War One to Today” | Premier & Panel Discussion in Yonkers, NY

Last weekend, December 9, 2017, we showed our documentary at an event in The Yonkers Public Library.  After the screening, we held a panel discussion/Q&A, which was  followed by a reception at the Yonkers Brewing Company.

The Film:

Panel Discussion/Q&A:

CREDITS

A Film by
KEITH MUCHOWSKI
KEVIN DOUGLAS
JUNIOR TIDAL
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Executive Producer
KEITH MUCHOWSKI

Co-Producers
KEVIN DOUGLAS
JUNIOR TIDAL

Associate Producer/Post-Production
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Written by
KEITH MUCHOWSKI
and
KEVIN DOUGLAS
with
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Edited by
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Narrated by
KEITH MUCHOWSKI

Music by
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Sound Editor
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Sound Post-Production
& Sound Effects
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Archival Material
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
NATIONAL ARCHIVES
and
TERESA M. TOBIN

SPECIAL THANKS

Thomas M. Tobin
Teresa M. Tobin
Michael Yeh
Malika Hammond

“standing up falling down,” a New York Poem set against a London Lullaby.

for my friends, here and gone.

have your ghost meet my ghost in the room at the end of the hall.

have your ghost meet my ghost in the room at the end of the hall

the walls are closing in, we agreed.

hills like white trumpet calls

the sand storms dune we hope sun-soaked beneath bare feet;

I dream of a collaborative tropical escape: run busted hand

up mended leg;

fuck it all away.

it’s a million o’clock in late February and the Sirens sound off

across the polar vortex.

i awake to an announcement coming over the intercom:

“no skin.  i repeat, no skin.”