The Will To See
Powerful & Timely Documentary Feature on Forgotten Wars From Directors Bernard-Henri Lévy and Marc Roussel, Producer Kristina Larsen
An old-time war reporter, philosopher and writer, Bernard-Henri Lévy is sent, in the pandemic year 2020, by a group of newspapers (Paris Match, La Reppublica, The Wall Street Journal and others) to bear witness and report from hotspots around the world disrupted by war with the most challenging geopolitical disasters. From the trenches in Donbas, Ukraine and the resistance in the Panjshir Valley fighting the Taliban to the Kurdish fighters combating ISIS, the film is an unflinching look at the world’s most unreachable war zones and urgent humanitarian crises and has one message: pay attention and care for common humanity.
Official Selection – Rome International Film Festival
Official Selection – New York Jewish Film Festival
Theatrical Release Details
Opens in New York – Friday, April 29
Director Bernard-Henri Lévy in-person for evening Q&A on 4/29.
Opens in Los Angeles – Friday, April 29
Director Bernard-Henri Lévy in-person for evening Q&A on 4/30.
Opens in San Francisco – Friday, April 29
Landmark’s Opera Plaza
Director Bernard-Henri Lévy in-person for evening Q&A on 5/1.
Opens in Washington, DC – Friday, April 29
Landmark’s E Street Cinema
Director Bernard-Henri Lévy in-person for special
sneak preview screening and Q&A on 4/27.