This is a partial display of the film festival awards and recognition that My Stretch of Texas Ground has garnered.
You can see the whole list on our website:
This is a film which decries the killing of innocents in the U.S. post-9/11 wars. The death toll from those wars is well over a million human beings, although in the film, we refer to it as "hundreds of thousands and more." The American populace has never faced or reckoned with the bloodied and genocidal rampage that their government went on following 9/11. Everything the film says about the wars is true and undisputed. It's just not politically correct to talk about it. There is no other movie like My Stretch of Texas Ground, not in this era or any other era. But note that two of those awards are for Best Actor, and that's Jeff Weber as Sheriff Joe Haladin, and Junes Zahdi as Abdul Latif Hassan.