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 […]
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 […]
In April 2012, Staff Sgt. Travis Mills lost portions of both arms and legs in an IED explosion in Afghanistan. One of just five soldiers in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars to survive a quadruple-amputee injury, Travis’s fight to “never give up. never quit.” will truly challenge the way you face trials in your own life.
On November 18th, 2013 Travis: A Soldier’s Story screened at the U.S Capitol in Washington D.C. for a private screening for Representatives, Senators, Wounded Warriors and Veterans. A special thank you to Congressman Bruce Braley for hosting this event. Our team was very honored for this opportunity to share this inspiring story with our country’s […]
Fotolanthropy Announces Date & Details for Dallas Film Premiere & Benefit Travis: A Soldier’s Story!
It is official, our documentary Travis: A Soldier’s Story is heading to the big screen! We would like to invite you to this inspiring event that will be on August 15th, 2013.
Today April 10, 2013 marks the one year anniversary of the horrific day that SSG Travis Mills of the 82nd Airborne was hit by an IED bomb while serving on his third tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Please join Fotolanthropy tomorrow as we celebrate Travis is alive day and release the NEW TRAILER for Travis: A Soldier’s Story!
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.