INVISIBLE SCARS PROJECT
May 1, 2015
Crosswinds Director Bob Waldrep announces that the film Invisible Scars has been made available for free online streaming. Waldrep said, "In taking this step we believe we can reach many more of our combat veterans suffering the effects of PTS and offer them the hope many have found in watching this film." Waldrep went on to say it is his hope that Honoring the Code will also soo be available for online streaming. To find out more about the online streaming option go to Crosswinds Store "Free DVD"
June 4, 2015
Linwood Bragan, the Executive Director of the Invisible Scars Project, recently attended a national public policy meeting in Washington DC where he provided an update on the Invisible Scars Project. He also shared a brief clip from "Honoring the Code" giving those in attendance a first-look at this new film about moral injury. Click on the image below to view Mr/ Bragan's report and the film clip.
May 22, 2015
Production of Honoring the Code: Warriors and Moral Injury began in May. Director, Eugene Cuevas has announced the filming schedule for May, June, and July include locations in Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia and Washington DC. Cuevas said, "We have scheduled some of the leading experts on the subject of moral injury to participate in Honoring the Code." Cuevas adds, "In addition to the experts we have contacted the discussions we have had with our veterans have been extremely moving and motivational as to the need for this film."
Crosswinds Foundation president, Bob Waldrep also announced that, as with their previous film Invisible Scars, Honoring the Code will be distributed at no cost to veterans and those who currently serve. Waldrep believes this can be done based on the response to Invisible Scars. "Due to the generous help of those who invested in Invisible Scars, we have been able to distribute over 6,000 copies of Invisible Scars to our veterans and active service members", said Waldrep. He added a great deal of the credit goes to the corporate community stating, "Our corporate sponsors have been a tremendous asset to this project and are a reflection of the desire the American public has to ensure our soldiers who struggle with PTSD and moral injury know they do not stand alone".
March 14, 2015