Seven Letter Sponsors the Documentary Film ‘SKY BLOSSOM: Diaries of the Next Greatest Generation’


The film, the directorial debut of award-winning MSNBC journalist Richard Liu, premieres on November 11th in honor of Veterans Day and National Family Caregivers Month.

November 11, 2020 (Boston) – Seven Letter, a leading strategic communications and public affairs firm with offices in Boston and Washington, DC, is pleased to announce that it is an official sponsor of SKY BLOSSOM: Diaries of the Next Greatest Generation, a new documentary by award-winning MSNBC journalist Richard Liu in his directorial debut.

The film, named a “Top Oscar Documentary Feature Contender” by Variety Magazine, follows the stories of five military families whose children are helping to care for loved ones who are chronically ill or are people with disabilities at home. Their story offers a window into the lives of the 24.5 million children and millennials across the U.S. who step forward as caregiving heroes, providing care often only seen in hospitals to family members with tough medical conditions.

“Richard’s film opens up an important conversation about how communities across the U.S. can provide support to family members who dedicate themselves to the care of some of our most vulnerable,” said Tom O’Neill, Founding Partner at Seven Letter, who also serves as CEO of Boston-based government affairs firm O’Neill and Associates. “The challenges we faced this year with a global pandemic opened our eyes to the importance of providing effective care at home. It’s uplifting to watch a film with heartwarming examples of families who have succeeded, and we are pleased to support Richard in this endeavor.”

Inspired by client work and the personal experiences of some on our team, Seven Letter sponsored this film out of a belief that the veritae documentary style of SKY BLOSSOM would share these important family stories in a compelling, purposeful way and would connect with audiences.

SKY BLOSSOM premieres this Veteran’s Day at a first-ever drive-in cinema event at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. (7:30 pm ET). It will also be available to moviegoers at complementary screenings across the 50 states for one night only. A list of theaters can be found at