Rewards are Shipping
Your rewards are on the way with our thanks for supporting LOST BROTHERS. Please keep an eye on your mailboxes for your buttons, bracelets, bumper-stickers or tee-shirts!
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Memorial Day 2012
We honor all those who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom. We wish you a Memorial Day filled with warmth, pride and togetherness.
Remember 4/5 - 4/8
Today and this coming weekend, we ask that you remember those who went missing in this early part of April - 42 years ago in Cambodia…
April 5th. Gilles Caron,... Read more
Made possible by your help!
Our sincere thanks and warm gratitude to the many people that have provided help, encouragement, and valuable resources. Without you this never would have been possible.
At the start of... Read more
LAST DAY TO SUPPORT!
Today is the last day to support Lost Brothers and for you to be a part of the project. We have 30 hours left! Let's get 30 people to pledge... Read more
There is no question that 1970 in Cambodia was a shocking year that literally swallowed the lives of some 22 plus journalists and civilians. Unfortunately, this wave of disappearances... Read more
Amid the numerous accounts of captured journalists and the searches ensued afterwards, there remains one that proves to be a major success story, which is an inspiration for LOST... Read more
On behalf of Tim Page, Ralph Hemecker and the team here at Mythic Films, I take this opportunity to express our sincerest appreciation for your contribution to LOST BROTHERS. We... Read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SEARCHING FOR FRIENDS, LOST BROTHERS
Los Angeles, CA– Would you continue to search for your missing friends for 41 years? Renowned photojournalist Tim Page has, and his quest is... Read more
The Huffington Post - "A Promise of Closure"
Huffington Post contributor, Laura Mola, has written an amazing article on LOST BROTHERS.
Click here to read it!
Sean Flynn's Camera Bag
It was two years ago in February when David Seuss, a collector of photographic equipment, stumbled upon a remnant of the past thats journey is still fairly unknown. While... Read more
The Stories of Dieter Bellendorf, Georg Gensluckner, Ung Ling Yieng, Willy Mettler, Takeshi Yanigasawa, and Teruo Nakajima
After the mysterious case of Sean Flynn and Dana Stone, similarly perplexing incidents of journalists getting captured by Khmer Rouge, NVA, and VC elements would continue to occur in... Read more
Prince Sihanouk's Overthrow
It marks the 42nd anniversary of the overthrow of Prince Sihanouk in Cambodia.
Images taken by Cambodian photographers from REQUIEM (by Tim Page and Horst Faas) remind us of this... Read more
More Press! - An article on LOST BROTHERS, from Columbia Journalism Review
Alysia Santo, from Columbia Journalism Review, has just written an amazing article about LOST BROTHERS and our Kickstarter campaign.
Click here to read it!
From Director Ralph Hemecker
So what? you may ask. All that was a long time ago. It's long since receded from the proverbial rear-view mirror. Ancient history. Water under the bridge. Why bother?
Sure... Read more
The Story of Sean Flynn and Dana Stone - and their last known footage
Without a doubt, over the course of these past forty-plus years, Sean Flynn and Dana Stone’s capture on April 6th, 1970, has been the most well-documented and analyzed story... Read more
Sean Flynn, his last recorded conversation…”I am sure they took the road there”
Los Angeles, CA – Mythic Films producer of the documentary film LOST BROTHERS posts the last known footage of Sean Flynn, son of Errol Flynn.
The Clashwrote a song... Read more
The Story of Claude Arpin-Pont, Yujiro Takagi, Akira Kusaka, and their Cambodian Driver
The story of Claude Arpin-Pont, Yujiro Takagi, Akira Kusaka, and their Cambodian driver signify a mass capture that was an unfortunate sign of things to come in Khmer-Rouge-and-NVA-invaded Cambodia.... Read more
We've passed the $10,000 mark on Kickstarter, and it wouldn't have been
possible without the contributions of our current 100 backers:
Adam Gnych, Mark Norris, Rita Leistner, Scott Flukinger, James... Read more
April 5th, 1970 - Gilles Caron, Guy Hannoteaux, and Michel Visot
Only two and a half weeks after the deposition of Prince Sihanouk by Lon Nol, Gilles Caron, a French photojournalist for the Gamma agency, Guy Hannoteaux, a French correspondent... Read more
Map of Cambodia
Connected to the map below is a very brief description of major events that occurred in Cambodia throughout the 1960s and in to the 1970s. The map is from Requiem ... Read more
Foreign Journalists Missing in Cambodia - Booklet from 1970
Please visit this link for a digital version of the original booklet published as a service by the Committee for Safety of Foreign Correspondents in Cambodia.
Timeline Of The Missing
Based on the research we have conducted, here is our timeline of events as to when both journalists and civilians went missing:
- April 5th, 1970-
Gilles Caron, Guy... Read more
The List of the Missing
Based upon our research, this is our list of the missing:
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New Rewards Photographs offered by TIm Page
Tim Page has made two images available as very special Rewards for LOST BROTHERS.
Prey Veng Cambodia - limited to 5 an A2 poster on Fujiflex $1000
ARVN Rangers -... Read more
Day 2 - our press release for "Lost Brothers"
Tim Page, renowned photojournalist unites with Mythic Films to Kickstart LOST BROTHERS.
Los Angeles, CA– Tim Page, renowned photojournalist is the subject of the documentary film LOST BROTHERS, to... Read more
We've officially launched and are up and running. For the next 29 days, we'll be posting new updates daily to this page and our Facebook fan page to... Read more