A Soldier’s Passage: Conversations from the Last Mile of the Long Walk Home is the first feature-length film from New Mexico filmmaker Paul Ingles. The film relates the story of a 93-year-old World War II veteran nearing the end of his long life in a retirement home who tries to impart some powerful life lessons to his visiting son. The film is a partially fictionalized account based on the final months of Ingles’ own father, John S. Ingles. The film was shot almost completely in Albuquerque, using more than 80 local actors and extras. A Soldier’s Passage screens at Guild Cinema (3405 Central Ave. NE) on Saturday, July 13 at noon. Admission to this special event is free, although donations are gratefully accepted to help offset the cost of the theater rental. The screening is followed by a 30-minute Q&A with Paul Ingles and various members of the cast and crew.