Let There Be Light
July 30, 2014•7 min
As World War Two was ending in the mid 1940s, John Huston began to make a film for the US Army on veterans who’d been psychologically damaged in battle. As WNYC’s Sara Fishko tells us, the film “Let There Be Light” was filled with gripping footage of ailing veterans. But the film never saw the light of day until thirty-five years later. Here is this Fishko Files (first aired in April 2012)… WNYC Production Credits...
Associate Producer: Laura MayerMix Engineer: Wayne ShulmisterManaging Editor, WNYC News: Karen Frillmann