“Flag of My Father,” a film produced by Louisiana’s R-Squared Productions that pays tribute to our soldiers’ bravery and sacrifices, will be aired on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) in time for Memorial Day on May 29 at 10:30 p.m. and May 30 at 2 p.m., as well as on July 2 at 9 p.m. All times are Pacific Time.
“Flag of My Father” was recently awarded the Best Narrative Feature and the Choice Award for actor William Devane at the 2011 GI Film Festival in Washington DC on May 15, 2011. It stars John Schneider, GiGi Erneta, Andrew Sensenig and William Devane. The film was written and directed by executive producer Rodney Ray.

Produced by Louisiana-based Christian filmmaker Cheryl Ariaz Wicker, “Flag of My Father” is a story about an ex-Army nurse’s struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder and the challenges she faced upon her return from duty. It is a movie about faith, forgiveness, healing and family.

“Flag of My Father” was also screened at the Big Easy International Film Festival in New Orleans, and the Projecting Hope Film Festival in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The Dove Foundation gave it 4 stars for family friendly content and has earned rave reviews from “Veterans Today Journal” and The United States Navy Memorial’s “The Navy Log Blog.”

“Flag of My Father” is now available on DVD through Bridgestone Multimedia at www.gobmg.com and Christian bookstores nationwide.

For program schedules and other information, visit www.tbn.org


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