The Korean War Legacy Foundation is thrilled to announce the completion of its documentary on the legacy of the Korean War. The 40-minute documentary follows Arden Rowley, a Korean War veteran, and his great grandson, Cayden Sherwood, as they travel back to South Korea to remember his wartime experiences while discovering the unique history and miraculous progress the Korean people have achieved over the past 65 years. The film connects the past to the present on a historical and generational level.
According to Tom Stevens, President of the Korean War Veterans Association, the documentary is “the best video depicting the legacy I have ever seen. I had to hold the tears back many times while viewing it.”
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About the Filmmaker
Sultan Sharrief is a filmmaker, educator, and social entrepreneur. His interest lies at the intersection of art and community impact. His directorial debut film, Bilal’s Stand, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010. Since then he’s worked on two other feature films, is a guest instructor at the University of Michigan, and more recently attended the Sundance Virtual Reality lab and the Oculus Launch Pad program. He’s finishing a youth reality show for PBS national called Street Cred, which will air in the spring 2017. It features Detroit Youth learning entertainment producing and business skills. He’s developed projects in LA, NY, and often returns to Detroit to shoot creative projects for the national audience.