What is the Jerry Fest?

Jerry Fest is a virtual screening series with Q&A sessions , during the week of Veterans Day, in celebration of WWII veteran Jerry Yellin and Louisa Merino’s just completed documentary, “Jerry’s Last Mission“.

A free screening link for the film will be activated Monday Nov. 9th and be good through Friday, Nov. 13th.

To get updates and receive the link to watch, follow Jerry’s social media pages or keep an eye on this website and Jerry’s film website.

Facebook:  facebook.com/jerryslastmission

Instagram: instagram.com/jerrys_last_mission_film/

Twitter: twitter.com/jerryslastmiss1

Watch the film trailer here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtxiI6V1K30&feature=youtu.be

Feature Film Link

https://jerryslastmission.com/ (free Nov. 9 -13, 2020)

ZOOM Sessions with Q and A

Veterans’ Day – Wednesday November 11. 8:00 PM Eastern Time.
Hosted by Alex Novak publisher of Regnery History

Moderators
– Producers Melissa Hibbard and Ed Cunningham

Panelists
– Director Louisa Merino and members of the Yellin family

Join on ZOOM
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_poeum-2iTyGBaoKGJBTP8A

Wednesday, November 11. 8:00 PM Q and A hosted by David Lynch Foundation

Hosted by David Lynch Foundation CEO Bob Roth, Director of Veterans Programs Vin DeCrescenzo & President of Operation Warrior Shield Ed Schloeman

Jerry’s Last Mission is the powerful story of fighter pilot Jerry Yellin who flew the last combat mission of World War II over Japan and returned home a hero, but led a dark life of survivor’s guilt and daily thoughts of suicide. Married with four sons, Yellin was forced to face his enemy once again when his youngest son moved to Japan and married the daughter of a Kamikaze pilot.