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Vietnam Vets Are Stars of Reda Productions’ Films

By HistoryNet
10/3/2014 • Vietnam

A new series of documentaries about the Vietnam War are in the works at Lou Reda Productions, Inc., which gave us WWII in HD, Vietnam in HD, and Brothers in War. One miniseries the company currently has in development, tentatively titled Vietnam Uncensored, uses personal films shot by servicemen in Vietnam and at home.

In this exclusive Vietnam magazine interview Managing Director Scott L. Reda talks about the miniseries, those personal films by veterans, and more.

Click here to download a pdf of “Vietnam Vets are Stars of Reda Productions’ Films.” The interview originally appeared in the December 2014 issue of Vietnam magazine, which also has articles on the “Top 30 Vietnam War Books,” chaplains in Vietnam, a young Marine’s letters home about Operation Beau Charger in the DMZ, a woman in Saigon who ran the risk of working as a CIA source, and Stu Richel’s combat photography.

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