Silent Exposure – A Personal Agent Orange & Vietnam War Story

During the Vietnam War, vast quantities of a herbicidal chemical were sprayed across the battlefield to defoliate
the jungles of Vietnam to improve the strategic position of United State troops against the Viet-Cong. This chemical’s code name is known as Agent Orange.

A marine, Alfred Nostrand served during the Vietnam War where, inevitably, he was exposed to Agent Orange.
Thirty-five years later, in 2005, Alfred passed away from cancer of the liver.

In 2013, Alfred’s son, Christopher Nostrand, the filmmaker, opens the wound of losing his father in “Silent Exposure,” uncovering the issue of Agent Orange use in the Vietnam War. On his journey, Chris meets with professionals and his own family to unravel new findings and surprises experts with his story.

2013 CINE Golden Eagle Award
2014 CUNY School of Public Health Research Symposium Award
2014 CUNY Asian American Film Festival Best Documentary
2014 Telly Bronze Award – Non Broadcast Production
2014 GI Film Festival Official Selection
2014 NewFilmmakers New York Summer Series Official Selection
2014 Underexposed Film Festival YC Official Selection
2014 The Americas Film Festival 2014 Official Selection
2014 PHANYC Public Health Association of NYC: Movie Night
2014 Spoke the Hub Union Street Film Series
2014 Netherlands Meets New York Official Selection
2014 First Fridays: Short Takes on Health & Justice Film Series