DOCUMENTARY IN PROGRESS
While the war in Vietnam raged on, one of the largest and most successful nonviolent resistance movements in American history was growing at home.
Hundreds of thousands of young men opposed to the war said NO to being drafted into the military, risking up to five years in prison. Their actions helped end the draft and an unjust war.
Directed by Oscar nominated filmmaker Judith Ehrlich, The Boys Who Said NO! will tell for the first time the inspiring story and impact of the Vietnam War draft resistance movement.
The film will be completed late 2019.
Our film production team is working hard to complete the film over the next few months.
Even with some work to be done, we're entering several of the top film festivals with the 90 minute fine cut. If invited to a festival, we'll need to make sure we have a finished film ready for screening starting early next year.
We continue to rely upon your financial support to complete this last stage of film production, and to begin our promotion and distribution campaign.
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“It's going to be magnificent, important, and widely hailed...as a great film of the Vietnam War era, of nonviolence, and of how another world is possible. It couldn't come at a better time.”
–Prof. Michael Stewart Foley, Historian/Author
The film is nearly complete. Please support the coming distribution campaign with a tax-deductible donation today.