Come out to IQnection Internet Services on Friday, Oct. 7th to get a sneak peek and meet the creators of a major film that is currently being shot right here in Bucks County: America’s First D-Day — Washington Crossing
Before General Eisenhower led American troops on June 6, 1944 on the shore of Normandy, France, there was America’s First D-Day – Washington Crossing. Our Nation’s Independence rested on this one last effort and General Washington’s password that was passed from regiment to regiment– “Victory or Death.”
The film is currently being shot around Bucks County by Director, Rob Child and Producer, Scott Randolph. Rob Child has worked behind the scenes as a writer, technical director, and director for more than a decade with network clients including HBO, Comedy Central, MTV, VH1, NBC, ABC, and CBS. Child produced a series of highly regarded and award-winning Civil War films including “Gettysburg: The Boys in “Blue and Gray” and the docudrama “Gettysburg: Three Days of Destiny.” Child also directed “Lincoln and Lee at Antietam: The Cost of Freedom,” “Silent Wings: The American Glider Pilots of World War II,” “The Wereth Eleven,” and “USS Franklin: Honor Restored.”
The film will be distributed through the historic parks and other venues and proceeds go to help preserve national treasures like Washington Crossing Park and the Trenton Barracks. Become a true patriot and help support this important historical documentary and help Washington Crossing Park continue to remain one of our most treasured historical landmarks.
IQnection is located at 28 E. OaklandAvenue, Doylestown, PA 18901. Revolutionary war re-enactors are welcome to come dressed in military uniforms.