Have you seen Travis: A Soldier’s Story on Netflix yet? Hundreds of reviews and comments continue to pour in and we can’t get enough! We love hearing what you think of the film, how it inspires you and what takeaways you received from Travis’s inspirational story- so keep ’em coming! Let’s make Travis: A Soldier’s Story a must […]
The reviews continue to stream in as Travis: A Soldier’s Story wraps up it’s second week on Netflix. From a personal message from Gary Sinise, to hundreds of shares on our social media platforms, Travis’s message continues to spread and inspire others! If you need inspiration to reach your life goals, face your fears, or […]
We are so humbled by the overwhelmingly positive responses from Netflix viewers, our loyal followers and #travisthemovie fans after just one week on Netflix! We’ve compiled some of our favorite reviews below and are so inspired by the ways Travis’s story has (and will continue to) impact lives across the nation! Keep watching and sharing the […]
Got a little “Netflix & chill” on your to-do list? Great news – Travis: A Soldier’s Story is now officially available for instant streaming on Netflix! It’s now easier than ever to share Travis’s powerful Never Give Up, Never Quit story with your friends and family. Here’s what just a few viewers have said about the […]
It’s been an honor to work with some incredibly inspiring people with the work that we do at Fotolanthropy. This Christmas season, I had the opportunity to meet Memphis Lafferty, and he is someone I will never forget. This courageous 10 year old was diagnosed with Bacterial Meningitis on May 6, 2006 at only six […]
We are excited to announce that Travis: A Soldier’s Story is now available for rent or purchase on iTunes! In addition to offering the award-winning documentary on DVD and Blu-Ray, this film is now available online. Fotolanthropy Founder and Travis the Movie Producer Katie Norris says, “We have screened this film across the country, and now anyone can […]
Following the loss of her husband LCDR Dale due to the CG 6535 helicopter accident, Teresa found herself the single mother of two boys. As they continue to navigate the waters of grief, Teresea and her sons Evan and Emmett chose a special way to remember their heroic husband and father.
On his third tour of duty in Afghanistan, SSG Travis Mills was critically injured on April 10, 2012 by an IED while on patrol. Due to the explosion, SSG Mills lost portions of both legs and both arms but he did not lose his spirit.