When to Die

Inside the World of Civil War Reenacting

When To Die is a film that examines the legacy of the United States Civil War through reenactors.

 

2017 Blog Format

Two Posts per Month

We heard your call for more content and we are ready to deliver!

Old Glory Productions is excited to announce a new format for our blog posts in 2017. We are dedicated to creating content that gives our audience an entertaining and informative way to interpret history. Our goal is to give the viewer a set of tools to alter his or her perspective.  When to Die, the feature length documentary from Old Glory Productions tells the story of U.S. Civil War reenacting and how the impacts from the Civil War still impact us over 150 years later. The film is available through our home page: Whentodie.com

We're going to take a disciplined approach to expanding the content that we create.  We have heard feedback from fans of When to Die that they want more frequent updates to our blog. In response to these requests, we've committed to update the blog at least two times per month. 

History

One post will relate to history and how society is directly impacted from the past. We believe in education and we want to offer more tools for educators to help give their students context to how history applies to each of us.

 Steve Fratt teaches his classroom about politics during  When to Die . Watch the film now to learn Steve's approach to education.

Steve Fratt teaches his classroom about politics during When to Die. Watch the film now to learn Steve's approach to education.

Filmmaker and Small Business Guide

The other post each month will be a guide to documentary filmmaking where we share some of the lessons that we have learned through the filmmaking process. 

 The Old Glory Productions crew on set, filming  When to Die . We've learned a lot along the way and we're excited to share those lessons with other aspiring filmmakers.

The Old Glory Productions crew on set, filming When to Die. We've learned a lot along the way and we're excited to share those lessons with other aspiring filmmakers.

We always appreciate your feedback and comments, so please don't hesitate to reach out to us with any comments, concerns and suggestions!

- OGP