WHO KILLED LT. VAN DORN?
FREE COMMUNITY CINEMA
MONDAY, MAY 20 • NOON
Not everyone who died for their country had to die for their country. The widow of a Navy helicopter pilot killed in a 2014 training exercise spurs an investigation that uncovers a long history of institutional failings that led to her husband’s death. Told through the eyes of survivors–pilots, mechanics and family members– viewers are taken on a journey from a single helicopter squadron into the heart of the murky inner workings of the American defense establishment. The first film to come from the Investigative Reporting Program at UC-Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism is an expose that is both poignant and revealing. Director: Zachary Stauffer. (US 2018) 78 minutes plus discussion.
Discussion and Q&A immediately following screening
Guests: Director Zachary Stauffer, Associate Producer Jason Paladino
Free tickets to these community screenings are available at the Rafael box office and online, please click below to reserve your seat(s)
FIRST COME – FIRST SERVED | SEATING IS NOT GUARANTEED
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