Brandon Millett

Co-founder, GI Film Festival

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Co-founder and president of the GI Film Festival

Brandon Millett on KCRW

During the early days of Hollywood and into the ‘50's, most war
films celebrated the military and the heroism of American soldiers.
Times have changed, so have the movies. The  GI…

How Soldiers are Memorialized in Popular Culture

During the early days of Hollywood and into the ‘50's, most war films celebrated the military and the heroism of American soldiers. Times have changed, so have the movies. The GI…

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During the early days of Hollywood and into the ‘50's, most war films celebrated the military and the heroism of American soldiers. Times have changed, so have the movies.

How Soldiers are Memorialized in Popular Culture

During the early days of Hollywood and into the ‘50's, most war films celebrated the military and the heroism of American soldiers. Times have changed, so have the movies.

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