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'Stranger At Home: The Untold Story Of Military Mental Health'

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at 7:15 PM
Museum of Photographic Arts
Admission for most in-person screening events is $10 or $8 for military, veterans, and KPBS members.
Video on demand (VOD) rental available

Making its return to the big screen is the GI Film Festival San Diego, a multi-day military-themed event dedicated to presenting films and events for, by and about military and veterans.

San Diego Premiere:
"Stranger At Home" weaves the life-altering stories of the Navy Psychologist forced into whistleblowing, the Army Ranger involved in the killing of Pat Tillman, and the Vietnam Marine turned world-renowned trauma expert, as they work tirelessly to deliver their urgent call-to-action for radical military mental health transformation.

Directed by Beth Dolan, Luis Remesar. Documentary. 2021. 78 mins. This film contains difficult subject matter and mature themes. Viewer discretion advised

Get tickets for "Stranger At Home" screening on May 18, 2022 at 7:15 p.m.

Stranger At Home: trailer

More about GI Film Fest:

This year’s film festival is scheduled for May 17-21, 2022 with all screenings happening in-person at the Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) in Balboa Park. The 2022 festival features 27 films for, by, and about military and veterans. Virtual options are available.

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A project of KPBS, the GI Film Festival San Diego is a multi-day showcase of films for, by, and about military and veteran experiences. Films featured in the festival reveal the struggles, triumphs, and experiences of service members and veterans. The festival also provides veterans and service members with an opportunity to further their creative skills.

Documentaries, shorts, narratives, and feature-length films are presented. Post-screening discussions with filmmakers, actors and documentary subjects are also part of the festival. This event takes place annually in May and is open to veterans, service members, military families, and civilians. All are welcome to catch a film, be inspired, and build community.

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Museum of Photographic Arts

1649 El Prado
San Diego, California 92101
619-238-7559
info@mopa.org

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Dates and times of events are subject to change without notice. Always check the event organizer's website for the most updated schedule before attending.