Over the past twelve years, Delta College Public Broadcasting (QTV) has produced national and state award-winning local documentaries. These documentaries have included Vanishing Voices of WWII, Margin of Victory: Saginaw Valley’s Role in Winning War II, and The Korean War: Voices From the 38th Parallel. QTV has started pre-production for their newest local documentary, Vietnam Voices: Mid-Michigan Remembers Vietnam, and QTV Producer/Director Bob Przybylski is looking for local participants to tell their stories.
Vietnam Voices is scheduled to begin production during the late this summer and premiere sometime in 2018. This documentary will be produced as a local follow-up to Ken Burns’ latest documentary THE VIETNAM WAR, a ten-part, 18-hour film which will air on PBS in September.
“We are searching for a variety of people to take part in our Vietnam documentary – local Vietnam veterans, family members, anti-war protesters, and Vietnamese immigrants, really anyone who has a story to tell,” said Bob Przybylski, QTV Producer/Director. “QTV is proud to tell your stories, but we need to hear from you.”
If you would like more information on the project, contact Bob Przybylski at Delta College QTV at 989-686-9569 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also send a short description of your service or experiences to email@example.com.