Saturday, December 30, 2017

Manila American Cemetery-Help Preserve History

My great-uncle through marriage
died in Bilibid as a POW
Aperture Films tells stories.

They are working on a film for the new visitor center at Manila American Cemetery, and are looking for people who are willing to be interviewed on-camera. The film tells the story of battles fought in the Pacific Theater, the powerful bond created between the United States and the Philippines during the war, and most important, the sacrifices made by those who fought and died.

Do you have a personal connection with Manila American Cemetery in the Philippines?

They are looking for interviewees who fit the following description: World War II veteran who served in the Philippines during the war; or Direct next of kin (sister, brother, son, daughter) of a veteran who served in the Philippines during the war.

If you or someone you know would be interested in participating, contact Kaycee Garcia at Aperture Films by email or phone (949) 271-1778. Interviews are not guaranteed.

Be part of history this year, just don't observe!

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