Successful Memorial Day
Fundraiser Launches VICF
The Veterans in Cinema Foundation
More than 100 people turned out to support the Memorial Day Weekend Fundraiser for the Veterans in Cinema Foundation featuring an exhibit of German photographer, Johannes Müller’s photographs of U. S. Army Soldiers in Afghanistan, “Signs of Hope--Travels to Afghanistan” on Sunday, May 24th, at Exact Science Gallery, 7565 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA.
Exact Science Gallery
“Signs of Hope - Travels to Afghanistan”
Photographs of U. S. Army soldiers
deployed to combat zones in Afghanistan
An exhibit by German photographer, Johannes Müller
The Veterans in Cinema Foundation, Inc. (VICF) is dedicated to providing paid opportunities for U.S. Military Veterans in the entertainment industry. VICF Officers believe that U.S. Military Veteran participation in the creative and production process is conducive to the healing process and transition to civilian life, as well as a major stepping-stone to developing a long lasting career in the professional field of entertainment.
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Board votes to change the foundation's name to
Veterans In Cinema Foundation
In June of 2016, the ICVF Board met and voted to change the name from ICVF, The Immortal Cinema Veterans Foundation, to VICF, the Veterans in Cinema Foundation. In addition, the Board voted to add two new board members. VICF welcomes Jake Cmarada and Major Charles Taylor.
"All Gave Some, Some Gave All"
- Howard Osterkamp, commander of American Legion Chapter 3620 and a Korean War Veteran
ICI Producer/Editor Wins the 2014 Ithaca College Outstanding Young Alumni Award
We are pleased to announce that Producer/Editor Noah Berlow from ICI has won the 2014 Ithaca College Outstanding Young Alumni Award