Love After War

This documentary saves lives. Because this documentary saves love.

Help wounded heroes #Fight4Love!

DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT NOW thanks to a generous matching grant by an anonymous donor!

Over 600,000 men and women who have served our country since 9-11 are living with post-traumatic stress and/or traumatic brain injury. Thousands of others have sustained catastrophic physical disabilities.

All of them still deserve love.


People who return from deployment with a serious mental or physical disability experience more marital stress and divorce than their non-disabled peers. Furthermore, failed intimate relationships contribute significantly to suicide, intimate partner violence, child abuse, substance abuse, and homelessness.

But it doesn't have to be that way. Love After War shows real life examples of disabled veterans reclaiming healthy, fulfilling relationships despite their injuries. It provides a voice bringing a vital issue into the national conversation. It serves as an educational tool for the medical providers whom our veterans rely on for their care. It will be the nucleus of a community and a portal to resources for those in need of help.  
You can help disabled veterans recover love and intimacy. You can get them the support they need. You can help tell their stories. We have the incredible opportunity to double everything we raise thanks to the matching gift of a generous anonymous donor. Whatever you can give, it WILL make an impact. Please visit our donation page at The Film Collaborative, and, whether or not you are able to give at this time, please help us spread the word in social media.
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Meet Dr. Mark Schoen

My friend and colleague, Dr. Mark Schoen has joined the team as producer and director of the “Making Love After Making War” documentary. Mark is a human sexuality educator and filmmaker with over 30 years of experience. Two of Mark’s most notable films are “Trans” and “Game Face.”

Both groundbreaking documentaries are featured on Amazon Prime and Netflix.


We are truly honored to have Mark’s expertise and support throughout this amazing journey.

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Thank you Mitch for ... your passion and compassion and continued to commitment to our warriors, as well as the nation, as it relates to the gap in mental health services that we have.

Dr. Richard Carmona
17th Surgeon General of the US and Vice Chairman of the Canyon Ranch and the Canyon Ranch Institute

My father is a retired USAF Gen. and is in the final stages of Parkinson's caused by exposure to Agent Orange as a fighter pilot in Vietnam so I have a huge admiration for what you are doing.