They changed the name of the movie to Voices in Wartime, but for some reason I'm still in it. I hear it's supposed to be released in select theatres in March. Their webpage has been updated with more information and some transcripts from the movie, so if you don't think you'll get a chance to see the movie, you can still read about it at the Voices in Wartime website.
By the way, I've already seen the movie, at an advanced screening here in Seattle. I was very moved by it. It has some pretty graphic parts — it's about war, after all, and war is not pretty — but it's tastefully and thoughtfully presented, in my opinion. It will leave you with much to think about, and that's a good thing.