Award-Winning WWII Documentary "The Girl Who Wore Freedom" Screens In Run-Up to D-Day Anniversary
Updated: Jun 7
Christian Taylor’s Documentary To Be Showcased in New York City, Washington D.C. Leading Up to D-Day Anniversary
CHICAGO, Illinois - Throughout May 2022, Christian Taylor, director, writer, and executive producer of THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM will be attending multiple screening events of her first feature film and is available for interviews.
THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM has appeared in 27 film festivals around the world, winning competition and audience awards at the Boston Film Festival, Beaufort International Film Festival, the GI Film Festival, and the Nice International Film Festival in Nice, France. Taylor received the Emerging Filmmaker award at the Chagrin Film Festival, and the film won Outstanding Documentary at the 2022 Normandie-WWII Film Festival and will screen at a special presentation at this year’s edition of that festival this June. Key event dates include:
May 12, 2022
Airbus Screening Event at the Airbus IMAX Theater 14390 Air and Space Museum Pkwy, Chantilly, VA 20151 Christian Taylor, Colonel (Ret.) David Chapman, Vice President of Government and Defense at Michelin North America, Inc., and Virginie Durr, Enterprise Corporate Sales Manager, Chairman’s Club, Delta Air Lines, will be in attendance, in addition to WWII Veterans and French officials.
May 16, 2022
Screening Event at the French Institute: Alliance Française with Reception Hosted by Delta FAIF Florence Gould Hall 55 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022
Christian Taylor, Co-Producer Flo Boucherie, and the film’s subject Daniele “Dany” Patrix Boucherie will be in attendance, in addition to WWII Veterans and French officials.
THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM invites audiences to discover the untold stories of D-Day from the men, women, and children who lived through German occupation and Allied liberation of Normandy, France. Powerful and deeply personal, the film tells the stories of an America that lived its values, instilling a pride in country that is in danger of becoming a relic of the past. THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM reminds viewers of who we are as Americans when we are at our very best. When we are standing up for those who are poor, oppressed, especially those whose freedoms and liberties have been stolen. It will be a reminder that individual and national acts of bravery, care and compassion have the power to impact others for generations.
The film is now available on DVD and streaming at www.thegirlwhoworefreedom.com, in addition to trailers, clips, photographs, blog posts, and podcast episodes about the making of THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM.