Stockbridge InvenTeam to host screening of ‘To What Remains’

Information from Stockbridge InvenTeam

The Stockbridge InvenTeam will be hosting a showing of Project Recover’s documentary film “To What Remains” on Jan. 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Stockbridge Jr/Sr High School Media Center. 

“To What Remains” is a feature-length documentary presenting Project Recover’s mission of bringing World War II MIAs home. Filmed over many years, it contains authentic footage and personal interviews with Project Recover’s team and the families of the MIAs. 

“To What Remains” is also the story of Project Recover — a team of scientists, oceanographers, archaeologists, historians, researchers and veterans dedicated to searching, recovering, and repatriating the remains of Americans missing in action since WWII. 

The Stockbridge InvenTeam has had the opportunity to work with Project Recover (formerly known as The BentProp Project) since 2011. Stockbridge students participated in four search missions with the team in the island nation of Palau. They are proud to be able to share the story of Project Recover with their community. 

Doors will open at 6 p.m., and snacks and drinks will be provided. A freewill donation would be greatly appreciated, and all proceeds will go to Project Recover’s mission. Under school policy, masks are required at all times within the building, except during active eating or drinking. The Stockbridge InvenTeam is excited to see you there! 

The trailer for “To What Remains” can be viewed at .

For more information on Project Recover, its mission, and its film, please visit and