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WOUNDED WARRIORS—which makes its debut this Saturday, November 10 over Veterans Day weekend at the GI Film Festival Hollywood—is a short film documenting Jonathan Davis, lead singer of Grammy Award-winning band KORN, returning to Ramstein Air Base in Germany August 11,  2012 to visit with members of armed forces stationed there as well as those in transit from Iraq and Afghanistan.  The film is also up for an Audience Choice Award.  The screening is open to the public and will take place at the Los Angeles Film School Main Theatre at 10:00 a.m. Tickets are available now at:

Filmmaker Sébastien Paquet provides us with a visual tour as Jonathan Davis narrates his personal experience at Ramstein and passion for supporting the troops. WOUNDED WARRIORS starts off with Davis getting a tour of a C130J Hercules Aircraft from Airmen of the 37th Airlift Squadron and an explosives demonstration from the 886th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight. Next, he visits Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) where he meets with soldiers as well as a United States Embassy representative injured in Iraq and Afghanistan to thank them for the sacrifices they have given.

Produced by Suspended Motion Productions, WOUNDED WARRIORS captures a glimpse of Davis’ unique understanding of what emotional challenges wounded warriors go through which drives his desire to get involved and do more for the brave men and women that have answered our nation’s call.   View the WOUNDED WARRIORS trailer below:

Born and raised in France, rock photographer and filmmaker Sébastien Paquet started his career in Paris twelve years ago.  Moving to Los Angeles, CA in 2004, he has been touring the world with the multimillion record-selling rock band KORN for the past seven years as the group’s personal photographer and director.  After directing numerous documentaries and music videos for KORN and other artists, his latest project, WOUNDED WARRIORS is a captivating and emotional short film documenting KORN’s vocalist Jonathan Davis’ involvement with the USO (United Service Organizations) and his dedication to supporting our nation’s soldiers injured in combat.  Still shooting photographs on assignments for magazines around the world (Rolling Stone, NME, Revolver), Sébastien Paquet’s upcoming projects include several short films, music videos and documentaries.  For more on Sébastien Paquet, follow:;

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