On February 1st in New York and February 2nd in Washington, DC, there will be screenings of This is Where We Take Our Stand to benefit Iraq Veterans Against the War.
In New York, the February 1st 7 pm screening will be at the:
323 Avenue of the Americas at West 3rd Street
For more information go to http://www.ifccenter.com/films/this-is-where-we-take-our-stand/
Tickets are $15 general admission, $13 seniors, and $12 IFC Center members
For advance tickets go to http://www.ifccenter.com/
In Washington, DC, the February 2nd 6 pm screening will be at:
Busboys and Poets
2021 West Fourteenth Street
For more information call 202-387-7638 or go to http://www.busboysandpoets.com/
To read an interview with David Zeiger and Bestor Cram on the importance of this film today, please go to http://beyondthebox.org/american-warriors-up-close-in-this-is-where-we-take-our-stand/
This is Where We Take Our Stand is the story of hundreds of veterans who risked everything to publicly tell their accounts of the horrors they witnessed in Iraq and Afghanistan. In March of 2008, two hundred and fifty veterans and active-duty soldiers marked the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq by gathering in Washington, DC, to testify from their own experience about the nature of the occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq. It was chilling, horrifying, and challenging for all who witnessed it. Against tremendous odds, they brought the voices of the veterans themselves into the debate. This is Where We Take Our Stand is the inside story of those three days and the courageous men and women who testified-a story that’s as important to tell today as ever. These brave soldiers and veterans are challenging a public silence that runs very deep, underscoring a willingness to accept unspeakable horrors-as long as we don’t know about them.