LOST DIVISION is an unconventional feature-length narrative film that follows an AWOL chaplain, soldier, and 16mm combat cameraman as they traverse the dense forests on the German/Belgian border towards the end of WWII in a post-traumatic haze. It was shot entirely on 16mm and Super 16 film and was the recipient of several grants including the Oregon Arts Media Fellowship award and the RACC Innovation award. LOST DIVISION is Edward Pack Davee's second feature, coming off the heels of 2011's HOW THE FIRE FELL. Davee, a Portland resident, is the writer, director, editor, and also created the soundtrack and did the costume design for the film.
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|Director||Edward Pack Davee|