1 Submission to film festivals worldwide, theatrical release in art theatres, installation at galleries/museums.
2 Continued advertising of this website and the digital content it offers through various venues such as social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), newspapers and magazines (Globe and Mail, New Yorker, etc.), online forums, blogs, and links on thematically appropriate websites.
3 Cable and Broadcast Television submission, e.g. CBC, TVO, Vision TV in Canada; BHT, Hayat TV in Bosnia; HRT1, HRT2 in Croatia; ARD, ZDF in Germany, PBS and HBO in the US.
4 Submission to digital platforms, including: NFB, The New York Times Documentaries, etc.
5 Distribution with Amazon, Vimeo, Netflix.
6 Special screenings within the educational context such as post-secondary institutions. Departments of interest span a wide spectrum such as, but not exclusive to: History, Trauma Studies, Genocide Studies, War Studies, Literature, Film Studies, Memory Studies.
7 Screenings and panel discussions with appropriate organizations such as War Child and other organizations centering around dealing with PTSD. The film can help promote discussions about dealing with the psychological effects of war both on the various generations that experienced it and the generations they pass on their experience to.