In the News

A FEW GOOD LINKS:

“New documentary raises PTSD awareness” Morning Joe with Mika Brzezinski, MSNBC. July 20, 2015

“Film With DU Ties Gives Hope to Combat Veterans” “Duquesne University Magazine”, page 25. February 2015

“Project 22” American Heroes Network Radio with Gary Ray, VoiceAmerica.com. November 4, 2014

“Project 22 Explores the Issue of Suicide Among Veterans” Essential Pittsburgh, NPR WESA. October 6, 2014

“Project 22” by Roger Coda, “The Statement” – SUNY Fredonia’s Semi-Annual Alumni Magazine.  Fall 2014

“The Motorcycle Diaries, Part 2” by Robin Reetz, DesignGood.com.  June 4, 2014

“Project Features Retired Marine” by Ken Grimm, San Antonio Standard-Times.  May 24, 2014

“The Motorcycle Diaries, Part 1” by Robin Reetz, DesignGood.com.  May 7, 2014

“Comrades for Life; Area Resident Theo Collins Serves as Associate Producer of Veteran Suicide Documentary” by Dusten Rader, The Post-Journal.  April 13, 2014

“Documentary Aims to Teach Vets how to Lead Peaceful Lives” on MSNBC’s Afternoon MoJoe.  March 31, 2014

“Project 22, A Cross Country Motorcycle Journey To Raise Awareness About Suicide Among Veterans” by Lori Dorn, laughingsquid.com.  March 27, 2014

“Daniel Egbert, Veteran and Filmmaker on his “Project 22″ Film” on WGN 720 Chicago.  March 27, 2014

“New Film Raises Awareness about Vet Suicides” Morning Joe with Mika Brzezinski, MSNBC.  March 26, 2014

“Collins Hits Road for Veterans Documentary” by Jill Power, The Duquesne Duke. March 20, 2014

“Amarillo Stop Featured in Project 22 Documentary Trailer” by Ricky Treon, Amarillo Globe-News.  March 19, 2014

“Project 22 Releases Official Trailer” by Michael Lynch, NPR WESA.  March 17, 2014

“Jamestown Native Serves as Associate Producer of Documentary Addressing Veteran Suicides” by WRFA 107.9FM.  March 14, 2014

“Motorcycle Project Rumbles into Pittsburgh to Call Attention to Veteran Suicides” by Robert Zullo, The Post-Gazette.  October 10, 2013

“Project 22 to Film in Pittsburgh” by CBS KDKA.  October 9, 2013

“Project 22 Comes Through Amarillo” by Chris Martin, www.myhighplains.com.  September 26, 2014