Veteran-made documentary, PROJECT 22, now streaming internationally on PBS.org

During a 6,500 mile journey, two Combat Veterans ride motorcycles across the country, discovering holistic methods of Post Traumatic Growth and meeting inspirational Warriors who have overcome extreme difficulties to thrive in their lives post-Military.
This non-profit documentary, co-directed by combat Veterans, responsibly explores challenges warriors encounter and serves as a catalog of hope that will benefit Veterans, families and anyone who has dealt with trauma, loss or depression.
 
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Project 22 poster-web
LOS ANGELES - Feb. 21, 2016 - PRLog -- PROJECT 22 is now streaming internationally for free on PBS.org. Theatrical screenings remain available by request at TUGG.com.

Called “the catalyst for a movement that will define a generation”, by Danny Farrar (SoldierFit/Platoon 22), PROJECT 22 is a crowd-funded, community-driven feature documentary, co-directed by two combat-wounded Veterans. Daniel J. Egbert and Doc King’s documentary follows the very personal story of a Marine Infantryman and a Combat Medic on a search for hope that expands into an awareness campaign spanning 6,500 miles on motorcycles. Comprised of real conversations with warriors, providers and researchers, PROJECT 22 needs no combat footage to comprehensively explore the transition home, and leaves audiences hopeful and motivated to take action. The film released theatrically by request in April 2015 and has since screened over one hundred times around the United States, sparking dialogue around underlying issues and inspiring Post Traumatic Growth and healing.

MEDICINAL MISSIONS would like to thank SOUTHERN OREGON PUBLIC TELEVISION and PBS for this opportunity to reach our brothers, sisters, families and communities worldwide. We would also like to thank our team for their hard work and the community for their endless support.


For more information, visit www.MedicinalMissions.com.

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