More good news for Children of Internment in the wake of our EMMY nomination! By the way, cross your fingers on July 18th, please.
We have received confirmation that Children of Internment has been scheduled to air on PBS SoCal on August 1st at 8PM – with a repeat on August 2nd at 5AM. We're so excited to be on the flagship PBS channel of Southern California. Please tune in, if you can. If you're watching over the air, PBS SoCal is available on channel 50.1, as well as via most cable Read More >>
Joe and I want to announce that our film, 'Children Of Internment' has been nominated for a regional Emmy for 'Best Historical Documentary'.
The Winner will be picked on July 18th, 2015.
Once again we want to thank all of our cast and crew for their devoted participation. We have been blessed with more opportunities than we ever imagined. A special thank you to Bill Perry and OETA out of Oklahoma for leading the way in getting our film nominated for the Emmy.
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A few pictures from our trip to Utah for the Red Rock Film Festival!
Roll out the barrel...
Thai food in Cedar City with Lori
Zion National Park hiking...
Hoover Dam - we wanted to take their famous Whole Dam Tour, but didn't have the time.
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On Veteran's Day, November 11, at 10:00PM (local time) "Children Of Internment" will air statewide in Oklahoma on public television.
We are especially charged to be a part of PBS OETA. This version of the film runs for 57 minutes. It's shortened for the PBS time slot.
If you are in Oklahoma, tune in and see the television version of COI.
Since OETA is a sort of clearing house for other PBS affiliates around the country, we are hoping to get picked up Read More >>
The 8th Annual Red Rock Film Festival has just made 'Children Of Internment' a part of their official selection. We screen Friday, 11/14 @ 4:30PM and we have a second screening at the festival on 11/15 @ 6:45PM. We are excited to have 2 screenings at Red Rock in, may be, one of the most beautiful locations in the world, Zion Canyon of South Utah. I won't miss my hike the day before the screening! You can buy your tickets at the Heritage Center Theater, 105 Read More >>
Detained In America: The Selective Relocation of German-Americans and German Aliens During WWII, was the original title of my final paper in 2011 at California State University Northridge. Last week, October 9, 2014 we screened, 'Children Of Internment', the film version of this paper I wrote for CSUN.
I originally wrote about this topic because I felt that, like the Japanese-Americans of WWII, many German-Americans were not given the protection that is granted to Americans under the Read More >>
Screening At Kristina's Alma Mater…
Joe and I would like to announce that we have another screening of 'Children Of Internment' set in the Los Angeles area. California State University Northridge will be hosting the event on October 9th at 4:00PM in the Whitsett room at Sierra Hall.
Our panelists for this event include cast members; Sigrid B. Toye, John Christgau and Charles McCollister.
The only fee is a $6.00 parking fee for almost any of the Read More >>
It's A Great Day!
Thanks to the Texas Historical Commission's (THC) preservation efforts at the former site of the Crystal City (Family) Internment Camp, it has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
According to William A. McWhorter, the site was formally listed and announced by the National Park Service on August 1, 2014. Mr. McWhorter wrote the National register nomination.
Picture: William A. McWhorter, 6th from the right, Read More >>
I'm heading to Knoxville later this week for our Friday screening at the film festival.
See this link for details. http://www.childrenofinternment.com/?p=935
If you are able to make it, make sure to come up to me before or after the show and introduce yourself. I'm going to be all by myself and lonely since Kristina can't be there - lol.
This may very well be our last film festival for the project and we hope to have a good turnout.
If you need to reach me, my email Read More >>