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  Featured Production

The Nashville Session
This video features composer and arranger Ric Flauding at Sunset Blvd Studios in Nashville with five of the country's top session and recording artists, producing the background and rhythm track for Flauding's jazz arrangement of the song, "Amazing Grace." The piece will be performed live in fall 2017 at Weatherford College, where Flauding teaches music theory and composition.               

CLICK HERE to see the 7-minute video on Vimeo.com


  Special Programs for the Daughters of World War II

Each of the special programs linked below were filmed for the Daughters of World War II. These videos feature interviews with combat veterans, former POWs, Holocaust survivors, including one of the last Schindler's List survivors, as well as the 100th birthday celebration of Lt. Col. Dick Cole, co-pilot of Col. Jimmy Doolittle's plane. The 2016 address by Mrs. Eva Mozer Kors, a survivor of Nazi doctor Joseph Mengele's infamous experiments on twins was featured at the 7th Annual celebration of Veterans Day. For more information about the Daughters of World War II, these programs, and the mission to honor the Greatest Generation, visit the website at https://daughtersofww2.org.

See the entire album of DWW2 events at https://vimeo.com/album/4285152
Address by Rena Finder               
Part 2 of the 6th Annual V-E Day Celebration:  Rena Finder is one of the last remaining Holocaust survivors from Schindler's List. She was honored along with military veterans and other distinguished guests during ceremonies at the George W. Bush Center in Dallas on May 7th, 2017. In this film Ms Finder presents a dramatic account of her experiences. The event commemorating the 72nd anniversary of the Allied Victory in Europe and the end of World War II was co-sponsored by the Daughters of World War II and The Dallas Holocaust Museum.                      
This 90-minute program features the “7th Annual Veterans Day Luncheon” of the Daughters of World War I. Held on November 11, 2016 at the First Baptist Church of Dallas, to honor veterans and military heroes, including survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the battle of Iwo Jima, and the D-Day Invasion of Normandy, as well as Holacaust survivors and POWs from both German and Japanese prison camps. Dallas lawyer Talmage Boston presented a review of the legacy of three WWII presidents.
Part 1 of the 6th Annual V-E Day CelebrationThe Sixth Annual Veterans Day Luncheon
V-E Day 2016 at the Bush Center with Eva Kors Interview with a hero of the Battle of Iwo Jima
"Battle of the Bulge" with Capt. Don HousemanInterview with WWII P-38 Pilot, Major Brooks
Spirit of '45 at the Frontiers of Flight MuseumLt. Col. Dick Cole and the Doolittle's Raiders


  Documentary Projects

Heritage Wood Carving
Kevin Barker discovered his love for woodwork at an early age. He began building small boats as a teenager, and by age eighteen he was building houses. Later, studying design in London, Paris, and Rome with Parsons School of Design he began developing his passion for classical wood carving. This film is a 12-minute excerpt of the full-length documentary, following Kevin and son Jason Barker during a year-long project, building an elegant European-style library in an extraordinary Texas mansion.
CLICK HERE to see a preview of the video on Vimeo (Length: 12:00)



The Heroes of South Vietnam Memorial Sculptures

Making of the Vietnam Memorial
After years of planning and research by sculptors Mark Austin Byrd and Jenelle Armstrong Byrd, the Heroes of South Vietnam Memorial has been erected at Veterans Park, in Arlington, Texas. Organized and funded by the HSVN Memorial Foundation, the City of Arlington, and hundreds of individual and organizational donors, the monument, which features an American GI and a Vietnamese infantryman, is a tribute to the Vietnamese soldiers who fought for democracy and freedom along side US forces during the Vietnam War. 
CLICK HERE to see the full-length documentary on Vimeo.com. (Length: 90 minutes)



 The 53rd Annual Scottish Gathering
 & Highland Games at Salado

The Scottish Gathering and Highland Games attract thousands of observers and participants from all over the U.S., Canada, and the British Isles. Celebrated for the past 56 years in the Central Texas village of Salado, the Salado games are an important part of Texas tradition that attracts interest far and wide. The 2014 event was attended by more than 4,500 spectators, athletes, and participants from the United States and several foreign countries, including more than 200 bagpipers and drummers, and an equal number of Highland dancers, competing for national honors and awards. The commemorative video prepared by Sentinel Video Productions includes more than an hour of on-the-scene footage. To order a copy of the film, click on the lion-rampant icon below.                                  
Highland Games at Salado  Click to see the 3½ minute video highlights on Vimeo.

Order a DVD or Blu-Ray
of the historic 2014 Salado Gathering & Games
from the Central Texas Area Museum and the museum's "Wee Scots Shop"
by downloading and completing the order form linked below.  Price includes
tax and shipping. To order by phone: call 254-947-5232 during museum
hours (10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CST, Tue.– Sat.)
  Jpeg of Order FormCLICK HERE to visit the Salado Gathering & Games website.


  Works in Progress ...

Ric Flauding & Russ Hewitt
Guitarist, composer, and arranger Ric Flauding (left) sits down with the talented guitarist Russ Hewitt following a full rehearsal with the Lovers Lane Jazz Band in Dallas. As conductor and arranger for this and other bands, Flauding has often called on Russ as featured artist, but this is their first casual jam together, working through a couple of pieces to be featured in upcoming concert appearances. More of the story will be included in the forthcoming documentary. "Ric Flauding: The Man and His Music."                


  Americans for Prosperity Summit

 Speakers filmed at the Americans for Prosperity Summit, "Defending the American Dream,"
 August 29-30, 2014 at the Omni Hotel in Dallas, Texas. (Video courtesy of WND Films & TV)
Sentinel Video covered the national "Defending the American Dream" Summit hosted by the Washington, DC–based political advocacy group, Americans for Prosperity, and co-sponsored by Townhall.com, the Washington Times, Edison Electric, and other organizations. The event was filmed on behalf of WND Films & TV and WorldNetDaily.com. Newsmaker clips were subsequently viewed by Internet users and followers of the popular national and international news organization.                                 


G-Scale Model Trains

See "Go Pro & G-Scale Trains" on YouTube.
A short filmspotlighting the G-Scale garden train installation at Clark Gardens BotanicalPark in Mineral Wells, Texas, can be viewed on the Sentinel Videos channel at Vimeo.com. “GoPro & G-ScaleTrains,” is a 10-minute tour of the gardens’ four model train tracksfrom the perspective of the onboard GoPro Hero 3 HD video camera. This tiny camera provides a view of model railroading few park visitors have ever seen..                                                      


Interview for Ex-Navy Seal's Powerful Book

With the publication of his book, Battle on the Home Front, author and former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie has written a dramatic, in-your-face, no-holds-barred exposé of America's social, political, and military culture, and the dangers the country is facing from threats foreign and domestic. In his appearances and book-signings around the country, including two recent interviews on Fox News, Carl Higbie is saying what many Americans would like to say but are too afraid to say. Now, newly released from his eight-year Navy career which included combat tours with SEAL teams in Iraq and Afghanistan, he pulls no punches. Highbie names names of prominent political and public figures—laying it on the line.                                   

See a special promotional clip for Battle on the Homefront

Since returning to civilian life
Carl Higbie has been involved in civic and political activities in his home state of Connecticut. He has been a frequent guest and commentator on the FOX News Network, and in August 2017 he was appointed as Chief of External Affairs for the Corporation for National and Community Service in the Trump administration..
See Carl Higbie's 2012 Speech to a
Texas Tea Party audience on YouTube.