We are looking forward to bringing you
“A Vietnam Peace Story” this year!
It is the story of the inner journey back to Vietnam for Marines, who fought a desperate battle on Hill 50 in 1966.
For many Americans, Vietnam is only a place of war. However, by returning to that place where they fought and some of their fellow Marines died, these men discover a vibrant place and lovely people.
The Carbon Trace Team had the privilege of accompanying the men of Lima Company to Vietnam, where they visited battle sites, met with former adversaries, and discovered a different world than the one they had known.
Director: Andy Cline, Ph.D.
Executive Producer: Andy Cline, Ph.D.
Producers: Shannon Cay and Shane Franklin
Director of Photography: Taye Taye
Audio Technician: Ha Beavers
Production Assistant: Ha Beavers
Camera Operators: Andy Cline Ph.D., Taye Taye, and Shane Franklin
Editor: Austin Wood
Sound Editor: Matt Foster
Here are some of the images they captured while there to give you a preview of what is to come:
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