Soldiers’ Stories on Film School Radio

Posted on July 26th, by admin in Blog, Press. No Comments

“100 years ago the greatest battle the earth has ever seen began in the Somme region of France. More British and Canadian soldiers would die in this one single battle than in all of World War II, yet it is a relatively unknown event today. Soldiers’ Stories brings a ‘grunt eye view’ of battle to life using original, never before seen 3D stereoscopic images from the time. Painstakingly remastered for 15/70 mm film format these powerful and haunting images are brought to the screen for the first time ever. The Soldiers’ Stories is a universal and timeless story. In the film the realities of war are retold by modern combat veterans who relay their own stories of today in order to speak for the veterans of the past. Academy Award winning Producer Jonathan Kitzen and Nick Reed (The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life) have assembled an amazing film document of real time history. They join us for a conversation on the journey they took on this project has taken them on and the nature of how war, yesterday and today.”

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Photos from the 2014 Oscars

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Nick Reed at the Oscars 2014
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Nick Reed wins an Oscar for The Lady in Number 6

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Best Motivational Film of the Year – Nicholas Reed Was a Producer for “The Lady In Number 6″:

Oscars 2014: The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life Wins Best Documentary Short Subject:!CSlvI

Documentary on spirited Holocaust survivor wins Oscar

Best Dressed at the Oscars

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Moviefone named Nick Reed one of the best dressed at the 2014 Oscars:
“Best Blazer: Nicholas Reed, Documentary Short winner for “The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life,” sporting that red alligator-pattern smoking jacket.”

Feature on Le Journal de Montréal

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Deux Montréalais en nomination