A screenplay adaptation inspired by
An Exhibit Denied:
Lobbying the History of Enola Gay
written by Martin Harwit
Best Screenplay Adaptation Award of the 15th Season SoCal Film Awards (US)
Official Selection of the Ink & Cinema 2022 Adapted Story Showcase (US)
Official Selection of the 3rd Annual Literature In Cinema Awards (Argentina)
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While Jenn tackled controversial research in 2020, Congressman Charlie Crist (FL-D) and his staff supported her artistic rights by directly contacting the Smithsonian Institution for justification on policy positions. Congressman Crist opened doors that seemed sealed shut until his involvement and inquiry.
The Smithsonian proposes a controversial 1995 exhibit for the 50th anniversary of the end of WWII that includes the Enola Gay, atomic bomb, and exposes what happens to the Japanese after it detonates.
When misinformation saturates the media can history survive the very first battle of the culture wars?
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No. This is a historical, political, dramatic adaptation of a non-fiction book for a feature film.
Dr. Martin Harwit, former Director of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum (NASM) 1987-1995, is a MIT-trained astrophysicist, previous Chair of the Astronomy Department at Cornell University, and a Veteran of the Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Corp of the United States Army.
Jenn Whittaker is a screenwriter and University of Tampa graduate. She is also a Veteran of the Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Corp of the United States Army.
Post-Atomic Bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki along with fire-bombing results. POW Releases. Homecoming Celebrations!
WARNING: This video contains actual footage of the aftermath of atomic bombs on human beings, including burns and injuries.
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