Bus billboard art of WQPT/Fourth Wall Films co-production Letters Home to Hero Street. The documentary was funded in part by the Illinois Arts Council.
Two buses began rolling in the Quad Cities area--one on the Iowa side and one on the Illinois side--each featuring a Letters Home to Hero Street billboard.
We encourage people to safely take a photo of the bus with the Letters Home display and post it on Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #isawthebus.
If you can't take a photo, simply message on Facebook or Twitter where you saw the bus, and add the hashtag #isawthebus.
A bounty reward of a signed Letters Home to Hero Street DVD will go to the first person to post a photo on FACEBOOK of one of the buses on the street and hashtagged #isawthebus.
Letters Home to Hero Street was produced by WQPT and Fourth Wall Films and funded in part by the Illinois Arts Council. The documentary focuses on a young Mexican-American veteran named Frank Sandoval and his personal view of World War II as told through the letters he sent home to his family in Silvis, Illinois. He becomes one of eight veterans of WWII and the Korean War killed in combat from the same block-and-a-half long neighborhood now called Hero Street, USA.
To stream the film via VIMEO for $2.00, click HERE.