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Help Us Educate America!

This story is too important to keep to ourselves. The masses need to know what their country did to its citizens. It’s deeply American, yet most Americans are clueless. Let’s change that!

Yes!¬†“The Legacy of Heart Mountain” Documentary¬†is available for public screenings. Consider showing it for:

  • Charity Events
  • Conferences
  • Educational Venues
  • Religious Groups
  • Club Meeting
  • Community Groups
  • Non Profit Keynotes

Turn a Film Screening into an Event

In addition to showing the film, consider including a panel discussion with the filmmakers and cast. Panel discussions enhance the screening experience by facilitating engaging conversation and increased comprehension of the subject matter. Typically, they include bonus material not seen in the film, extended interview clips and interesting behind-the-scenes stories. Please contact us for more information.

Film as a Tool for Healing

We’re always blown away by comments from people we meet at screenings.

“I watched the film with my parents and when we got home they started sharing their camp experience. I was blown away. They never said anything when we were growing up. It wasn’t talked about in the home. Now, they’re more comfortable with communicating what they went through. It’s been a tremendous breakthrough for our family. Thank you!”
John | Portland, OR

Truly humbling.

It’s comments like those that keep the fire lit and motivation strong to ensure as many Americans see this film as possible. Wouldn’t it be amazing to be in Starbucks one day and instead of overhearing, “OMG, did you hear what the Kardashians did?”…”Oh my, did you hear what we did to the Japanese-Americans during WWII?” We won’t rest until the truth is heard.

Please contact us for more info about scheduling a screening for your event.

Past Screenings

  • Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation
  • Pomona Public Library
  • Japanese American National Museum
  • Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center
  • Oregon Heritage Conference 2014
  • Manzanar National Historic Site
  • Densho, Seattle
  • Washington State University
  • University of California Irvine
  • Uniformed Services University
  • Japanese American Museum of San Jose