Frank Capra, a Colonel in the U.S. Army and famous Hollywood director, comes home after several years away for World War 2. Now that he’s home his family life is in disarray, the studio is on him to make his next picture and he doesn’t have a script. Trying to make himself relevant again in Hollywood he pushes his family away to find the perfect script. In his search for his next story he discovers a screenplay that reminds him his family should always come first.
PLAYING SATURDAY, MAY 23, 2015
About the Filmmaker
Robert Ham is a Los Angeles native. After receiving his B.A. in Film he worked in various parts of the industry, primarily as a freelance editor. In 2007 he felt a call to serve his country and joined the Army as a combat correspondent/documentarian. He was with the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne) for three years and during that time served a tour to Afghanistan. Robert earned two Emmy nominations and the coveted DOD Military Videographer of the Year award for his documentary work in Afghanistan in 2009. Robert went on to serve three years with the U.S. Army Pacific where he traveled all over the Pacific continuing to tell the Soldier’s story. During Robert’s time in the Pacific he received two Emmy wins (2013) and two more Military Videographer of the Year awards (2012, 2013). Robert continues to pursue his passion for story telling in Los Angeles where he attends the University of Southern California obtaining an MFA in Film and TV Production.