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We are excited to announce that part of the Breaking the Silence film project will be released in September 2017! 

The Amish and the Reformation, a 54 minute special feature of Breaking the Silence, will be released in September 2017.  It will be available on DVD and Digital. Once we have more details we will send out another update with a list of places that will carry the DVD or have the program available digitally. 

The six episode series will be released at a later date. We are still working on the details of what that release will look like and will keep you posted.  

Please watch the trailer below, and if you haven't done so yet, I would encourage you to visit the website at www.MyAmishStory.com


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