THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 6-8pm
Hartford History Center
3rd Floor, Hartford Public Library
500 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103

Hunting in Wartime will be screened followed by a Q&A session with the director, Samantha Farinella.

Hunting in Wartime profiles Tlingit veterans from Hoonah, Alaska who saw combat during the Vietnam War. The veterans talk about surviving trauma, relating to Vietnamese civilians, readjusting to civilian life, and serving a government that systematically oppresses native people. Their stories give an important human face to the combat soldier and show the lasting affects of war on individuals, families and communities.
It won the 2016 Big Sky Award at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival as well as the James Aronson Award in Social Justice. It has been featured at over 20 venues so far including the National Archives, the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival, American Indian Film Festival and the Hanoi Cinematheque in Vietnam.