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In an honest and heartfelt directorial debut, TS Botkin follows Filipino-American veterans as they emotionally trace their paths from war to erasure by the U.S. Government, marching from an obscured history to the Federal courts, right up to the steps of Congress in search of promises denied.

Awarded

Better Angels Lavine Fellow

Nominated

GI Film Festival San Diego

Official Selection

LA Asian Pacific Film Festival

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Over 1.2 million Filipinos served the United States during WWII.

Fewer than 20% were added to the official roster.

A Long March shines light on our past injustices to ensure history remembers all who have served under the American flag.

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