9th Annual Military Film Festival

Branson’s IMAX Military Film Festival is produced by Colonel James Wilhite, author and producer of We Answered the Call: Building the Crown Jewel of Afghanistan, in partnership with Paul and Ann Bluto, owners of Branson’s IMAX Entertainment Complex. The film festival was established to educate future generations and to honor all the men and women who have served our nation. Documentaries will be shown each morning of the film festival at 8:30 AM. The Branson IMAX box office opens at 7:30 AM. Military Film Fest films are free to all veterans and $6 for any additional guests.

Shoji Tabuchi : An American Dream

Meet Famed FIDDLER Shoji Tabuchi!

Shoji Tabuchi was born in 1944, in Daishoji, Japan. His family relocated to Okayama, only 100 miles from Hiroshima. Tabuchi recounts thru his parents experience, the devastation of the atomic bomb, yet ultimately he was destined to entertain millions with his music in the USA.

Saturday, November 6th at 8:30 AM.

No Greater Love

Meet Chaplin & Filmmaker Justin Roberts!

No Greater Love explores a combat deployment through the eyes of Army Chaplain Justin Roberts, as he and his men fight their way through a hellish tour in one of the most dangerous places in Afghanistan and then as they struggle to reintegrate home.

Sunday, November 7th at 8:30 AM.

Scramble the Seawolves

Meet acclaimed Producer Jeff Arballo!

Scramble the Seawolves is the little known story of the US Navy’s first and only dedicated Attack Helicopter Gunship Squadron. The Seawolves would become the most decorated Squadron in Naval Aviation History and of the Vietnam War.

Monday, November 8th at 8:30 AM.

Vietnam War Miracle

Meet solider Donald Mason and Dr. Young’s Daughter & Producer, Melissa Centeno!

During the Vietnam War, five soldiers experience unthinkable tragedy & survival, then must reintegrate back home in the face of persecution. Vietnam War Miracle shows us how human beings can overcome tragedy in this remarkable story.

Tuesday, November 9th at 8:30 AM.

American Medevac

Meet acclaimed Producer Morton Dean!

During the Vietnam War, CBS News correspondent Morton Dean and cameraman Greg Cooke flew on a harrowing medevac mission to rescue three wounded infantrymen. American Medevac tells the story of their reunion, more than 40 years later.

Wednesday, November 10th at 8:30 AM.

Branson Veteran's Homecoming Week

Although Branson honors Veterans every day of the year, Veterans Homecoming Week is a special annual event for servicemembers and their families.

Veterans Homecoming Week will host many different occasions for veterans and their families to be part of including mini reunions, memorials, a military ball and the Veteran’s Day Parade.

For more information about Veteran's Homecoming Week CLICK HERE


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