Once Upon a Childhood
“I couldn’t bring myself to watch my own film” writes Marcy Park of this profound piece which earned her and co-producer Sarah McAllister multiple awards in National student film festivals. Once Upon a Childhood artfully illustrates how a war that ended decades ago continues to impact children and families in Laos every day.
Wings of Peace
What lessons from Hiroshima can bridge the gap between a devastating past and a hopeful future? In this multiple-award winning film, two Japanese-American teens journey to Laos with origami papers in hand.
Laos: Students Uncover a Secret War
Peace Works Travel student journalists explore Laos to reveal important stories about the collateral damage of the Secret War.
Swords into Ploughshares
Max Cho’s film offers testaments from a U.S. military veteran, bomb victims and human rights activists to elucidate the dimensions of transforming Laos’ bomb-riddled landscape into a productive land, free of subterranean munitions.
The Lingering War
Insightful student traveler Delilah Napier takes a historic look at the effects of the Secret War in Laos. Its citizens, most born decades after the war ended, confront unexploded bombs on a daily basis.