Press Kit Women At War Forgotten Veterans of Desert Storm a documentary film by Christie Davis & Dennis Davis contact

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Women At War

Forgotten Veterans of Desert Storm 323-669-8613

Written & Directed by

Christie Davis

Produced by

Christie Davis and Dennis Davis

Director of Photography

Dennis Davis


Dennis Davis

Original Music

Dennis Davis

Carol Williams

Denise Nichols

Venus Hammack

Julia Dyckman

Rose Evans

Vanessa Jackson

Brenda Gomez

Shary Sheerin

Maureen Holland
Georgetown University Hospital

Dr. James N. Baraniuk

Murugan K. Ravindran

Vance Watson

Washington, DC

Congressman John Lewis

Congressman Ed Perlmutter

Miami VA hospital

Dr. Nancy Klimas, MD

Lottie Cason

Anita Potter

Dr. Arthur La Perrioe
Carl Vinson VAMC, Dublin, GA

Betty S. Line

Rhode Island Women’s Memorial

General Wilma Vaught

Veterans Support Food Bank, Warwick, Rhode Island

Joseph Debritto Jr.

Wayne Huff
Macon, GA

Dr. Harvey Jones

Amy L. Danielly

M.H. Hammond Jr.

Carol’s family, Macon, GA

Stanley Williams

Matthew Brereton

Carolyn Simmons

Archival footage and photos

Department of Defense

Julia Dyckman

Kristen Miller

“Sun’s Gonna Rise”

Written by Ruth Moody

Performed by The Wailin’ Jennys

Courtesy of The Wailin’ Jennys

Additional music

Footage Finders

Additional footage

Jordan Davis


Roy W. Dean Grant

Fiscal Sponsor

International Documentary Association

Women At War

Forgotten Veterans of Desert Storm 323-669-8613

CHRISTIE DAVIS (Director/Writer/co-Producer)
Filmmaker Christie Davis lives in Los Angeles, CA. Currently, she and husband/partner Dennis Davis are releasing their first feature, “Women At War: Forgotten Female Veterans of Desert Storm,” a documentary that explores women veterans’ experiences during 1991’s Desert Davis Storm and their subsequent battles with Gulf War illnesses. The film won the Roy W. Dean Grant, awarded to films that are “unique and make a contribution to society.”

It is currently screening at film festivals and special events.

The 2005 documentary short “Beyond Babylon,” which Christie wrote, directed and co-produced with Dennis Davis, looks at the true cost of war from 536 BC to the war in Iraq. The award-winning film screened at festivals around the world including Los Angeles International Short Film Festival, Expresión en Corto, DC Independent Film Festival, and Vision Fest ’06 in NYC. “Beyond Babylon” is included on Academy Award Winner (“The Panama Deception”) Barbara Trent’s DVD of her short film “Soldiers Speak Out” and is part of her filmmakers collective
In addition, Christie is developing the narrative feature “Breach of Honor” (Nicholl Fellowships Quarter Finalist, Carl Sautter Semi-Finalist, Sundance Institute Finalist), a war story/thriller about Gulf War veterans. Her narrative short film, “Friendly Fire,” about a veteran with Gulf War illnesses screened at several film festivals. “Jesús,” a music video by Christie Davis and Dennis Davis, won an AFI/SONY “Visions of America” video award.

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