I sit down with Filmmaker Eric Christiansen, as we discuss building community and hope. How important it is now and adapting to the changes.
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An Emmy Award-winning director, Eric Christiansen, is a recognized chronicler of loss, grief recovery, and the complexities facing returning veterans. His most recent documentary, Searching for Home: Coming Back from War” was both a critical and audience success. “Searching for Home” aired over 2300 times and was picked up by over 250 station in the public television system. The New York Times said of the film, ”Searching for Home" is strikingly photographed by Mr. Christiansen and is sure to give comfort and support to countless veterans and their families.” “Searching for Home” is currently in national public television release. It is also available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Prime and Hulu. Eric also produced and directed the Emmy-honored film Faces in the Fire, an up-close depiction of survivors’ recoveries following disaster, which is recognized by the National Institute of Mental Health as a healing tool. Of his critically acclaimed film, Homecoming: A Vietnam Vets Journey, the New York Times said, “a surpassingly worthy and touching film.” In this film Eric follows a group of Vietnam vets across America and through their own personal healing to a catharsis at the “Wall” in Washington DC. Eric’s other work includes; Discovery, TLC, PBS, MTV and an Imax film. Eric is a seven-time Southwestern Region Emmy Award recipient, has received several Telly and Aurora awards and an International Monitor Award in addition to numerous film festival awards. Most recently “Best Documentary” for “Searching for Home” at the Burbank International Film Festival.
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