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Currently a member of Women in Film and Television, South Florida chapter, Rita Stankus holds the life story rights to Servant of God US Army Chaplain Emil Kapaun, "The Good Thief". Entrusted by the Kapaun family to bring forth the project to life, Rita Formed her production company "ALoHA Pictures" to produce her first feature movie.
Raised as Catholic by Lithuanian immigrant parents, Rita possesses a certain insight into how to tell Fr. Kapaun's story through her own parents' struggles to stay alive. Conscientious in her effort to do the story justice, Rita has maintained friendships with Fr. Kapaun's surviving fellow POWs, curating firsthand accounts of their experience with Fr. Kapaun in the battlefield and in the prison camp.
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