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Truths and Myths About the Vietnam War (2024)

This groundbreaking new film, “Truths and Myths About the Vietnam War” captures the information and lessons learned most Vietnam War veterans want reported about the war – as opposed to much of the information heretofore reported about the war - some of it made possible by archives and other disclosures available over the last 50 years since the war ended – a very important and long overdue film. Features an introduction by academy award nominated actor Sam Elliott. Produced for the Atlanta Vietnam Veterans Business Association Foundation.

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The Mission of the Family (2023)

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Description: A dynamic 5-part series on the beauty of the Catholic vision of marriage and family life in the modern world. It explores the unique roles of men and women in marriage and their responsibility for raising children. It examines the significant challenges facing Catholic families today where the family itself has become a battleground. Features dozens of compelling speakers including Dr. Ray Guarendi, Carrie Gress, Tim Gray, Fr. John Riccardo, Sarah Swafford, Nicholas Healy, MLB players Trevor Williams; Mike Sweeney, and many more.

In the spring of 1945, the Roman Catholic priest inmates of the Dachau Concentration Camp sensed that the Allied victory in the Second World War was imminent. They also believed, however, that the Nazis would never allow them to leave the camp alive. On April 14, they began a novena entrusting their safety to St. Joseph of Kalisz. Unbeknownst to them, on the same day, Heinrich Himmler signed an order for the execution of all Dachau prisoners. Miraculously, Dachau was liberated by Allied troops on April 29, only hours before Himmler’s order was to be carried out. Our Liberator: St. Joseph and the Priests of Dachau tells this remarkable true story, and gives a powerful witness to the power of intercessory prayer.

Our Liberator: St. Joseph and The Priests of Dachau (2023)

In Solidarity with Ukraine (2023)

In Solidarity with Ukraine, an inspiring new film from the Knights of Columbus, see a vivid example of what it means to be a Christian disciple in the midst of war, and how the light of the Gospel continues to shine in the darkness.


David, producing under the banner of his production company Inner Citadel Productions, takes on a limited number of new film projects and television commercials each year. He also offers consultation services on film distribution, story development, and digital media strategy.

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David Naglieri interviews Lord David Alton in London for his film on the Northern Ireland Peace Process. 



David Naglieri is a multiple Emmy-award winning documentary filmmaker whose films have been distributed in more than 90 countries, and critically acclaimed for their combination of extensive and original historical research; cutting edge visual effects; and emotive storytelling. Naglieri is best known for his 2016 feature length documentary Liberating a Continent: John Paul II and the Fall of Communism, which earned 5 Emmy nominations and was hailed as a "documentary masterpiece" by First Things magazine; and for Mother Teresa: No Greater Love a box office smash hit that became the #2 documentary released theatrically in North America in 2022. His subjects explored range from the 2010 earthquake in Haiti to baseball great Gil Hodges; from Pope Francis to Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem. His films have been distributed by PBS, Netflix and ABC, and narrated by the likes of Jim Caviezel, Andy Garcia, and Placido Domingo.


The grandson of Italian immigrants, David collaborated with the Knights of Columbus, Chazz Palminteri and an array of Italian-American civic leaders, in producing the 2020 film Courage and Conviction, which defended the legacy of Christopher Columbus. A 2002 recipient of a PEW fellowship to study the influence of religion on contemporary global affairs, Naglieri holds a Master's Degree in International Relations from Boston University and a Bachelor's Degree in History from Marist College.

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