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The DVDs You Haven't Been Waiting For...

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If you liked Sir! No Sir!, you'll love...

Three of David Zeiger's films and the landmark PBS series, Senior Year, are now--for the first time--available on DVD from Displaced Films and at Amazon.com.


The Band
His personal journey through a year in his son's high school marching band, broadcast on the PBS series, P.O.V.

Funny Old Guys
A meditation on life with a group of hilarious and insightful octogenarian TV comedy writers, broadcast on HBO.

Displaced in the New South
A visit with the burgeoning new immigrant communities in Georgia.

Senior Year
Twelve students at Los Angeles' most diverse high school take you with them through their momentous senior year.
A ground breaking PBS series.





 And of course, still available and more timely than ever...        



Every film that I make, whatever the subject, has one key goal in mind: to tell a good story. To that end, all I can do is rely on my own experience and emotions. Whether they tell a personal story or examine a buried moment in history, I aim to make films that I would want to see--and I hope you do too. Enjoy!
- David Zeiger


If you want to end the silence about the occupations,
The series you've been waiting for is here!

EXCITING NEWS! WINTER SOLDIERS TO TAKE THEIR STAND ON PBS!

We are very happy to report that we have received funding from the Independent Television Service (ITVS) to create an hour-long documentary for Public Television. The film, also titled This is Where We Take Our Stand, will go beyond the web series, delving further into the lives of the soldiers and veterans who organized and testified at Winter Soldier: Iraq & Afghanistan in March of 2008, and reflecting on its impact two years later.The new film, which we hope will be broadcast on PBS early next year, brings the story of Winter Soldier and the veterans who testified to a huge audience nationwide at a time when it is, ironically and infuriatingly, more timely than ever.

So spread the word, watch the web series if you haven’t yet, and stay tuned!

David Zeiger and Bestor Cram
Displaced Films
and Northern Light Productions
THIS IS WHERE WE TAKE OUR STAND
The full series is now on line.
Click on a title to watch each individual episode:

Episode 1: For Those Who Would Judge Me
Episode 2: Rules of Engagement
Episode 3: Why We Fight
Episode 4: Broken Soldier
Episode 5: This is not Human Nature
Episode 6: No Longer a Monster


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Where's the debate?
Are we watching passively while Barack Obama carries out the same policies as George W. Bush?
When an American bombing raid this May killed over two hundred civilians in a village in Afghanistan, it was met with a deafening silence. When Obama's promised "withdrawal" from Iraq leaves 130,000 troops there for at least two more years and 50,000 permanently, it's hailed as an end to the occupation. And who is demanding to know just what the mission really is when 30,000 more troops are sent to Afghanistan?

Where's the debate?
In March of 2008, two hundred and fifty veterans and active duty soldiers marked the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq by gathering in Washington, DC, to testify from their own experience about the nature of the occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq. It was chilling, horrifying, and challenging for all who witnessed it. Against tremendous odds, they brought the voices of the veterans themselves into the debate. That was then.

This is now. Today, we present to you This is Where We Take Our Stand, the inside story of those three days and the courageous men and women who testified. And we present this story today, told in six episodes, because we believe it is as relevant now as it was one year ago. Maybe more.

Here is our challenge to you: Watch the series; spread it far and wide; and ask yourself is this about the past, or the present and future. Then add your voice.

If you are a veteran or active duty, present your own testimony. If you are not, but you are still a living, breathing member of the human race, then do whatever you can to join and fan the flames of debate.

- David Zeiger, Director of Sir! No Sir! & Bestor Cram, Director of Unfinished Symphony


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tells the long suppressed story of the GI movement to end the war in Vietnam. This is the story of one of the most vibrant and widespread upheavals of the 1960’s- one that had a profound impact on American society yet has been virtually obliterated from the collective memory of that time.
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