By James Hiler | Indiewire November 11, 2013 at 5:49PM
Today, Veterans Day, and all this week Tugg, a web platform that allows people the ability to host their own screenings at theaters across the U.S., will offer free screenings of the documentary "Honor Flight" for veterans. The film, which is also available at Indiewire parent Snagfilms, is a documentary about four World War II veterans and a Midwestern community that, in conjunction with the national nonprofit organization Honor Flight, comes together to give the veterans a free trip to Washington, DC and see the memorial constructed for them nearly 60 years after the war.
"Honor Flight" was released in December 2012 and has been playing continuously for theatrical audiences through its collaboration with Tugg and it has been screened in over 160 cities in 114 different theatrical engagements. In May, SnagFilms launched an ambitious "Honor Our Heroes" national initiative in
support of the film including military
screenings, massive theatrical screenings with Tugg and a vast social
Showtimes and ticket availability can be found HERE.
Watch the official trailer below: