Dec. 7th is the last night to see the film in 12 cities across Wisconsin in Marcus Theaters. There will also be screenings in Richmond, VA and Boston, MA:
NYC: Quad Cinemas (Dec. 7-13th)
LA: Laemmle's Playhouse 7 (Dec 7-13th)
DC: DAR Constitution Hall (Dec 7)
FL: Naples Cambier Park (Dec 7)
WI: Marcus Cinema: Appleton, Delafield, Green Bay, La Crosse, Madison, Menomonee Falls, New Berlin, Oshkosh, Saukville, Sheboygan, Sturtevant and Wausau (Dec: 5-7)
VA: Richmond's Byrd Theater (Dec 8)
Boston, MA: Showcase Cinema de Lux Legacy Place (Dec 10)
Screenings are listed on the website at http://www.honorflightthemovie.com/see-the-film/.
A DVD is scheduled for release on Memorial Day, 2013.
The article, WW2 Veterans Honored with Honor Flights to DC Monument, chronicles my 89-year-old dad's Honor Flight trip in April, 2010, in which I participated as a guardian:
All Honor Flight hubs accept donations, a good thing to consider during the holiday season.
Stars and Stripes Honor Flight in Wisconsin: http://www.starsandstripeshonorflight.org
Honor Flight Historic Triangle Virginia http://www.honorflighthtva.org
National Honor Flight Network: http://www.honorflight.org/
National Honor Flight Network would like you to know: Honor Flight Network, Inc. (honorflight.ORG), is the original Honor Flight organization. The flights and tours that Honor Flight Network provides World War II and terminally ill veterans are absolutely FREE.
Honorflight.COM and Honorflights.COM sites, while they have similar names, are NOT associated with the original Honor Flight Network, and they charge a fee for flights to visit the World War II Memorial.