Monday, January 27, 2014

Hemlock Films: Red Tail Reborn

Emmy winner at the Museum of the USAF

This coming Saturday marks the beginning of Black History Month.  As part of the celebrations, the Museum of the United States Air Force will be featuring the filmRed Tail Reborn on the big screen.
This Emmy-winning documentary tells the story of the WWII African-American combat pilots known as the Tuskegee Airmen and their struggles to fight for opportunity.  In addition to their story, the film follows a group known as the Red Tail Project, and their hurdles to tell the Airmen's historic tale.  Narrated by Michael Dorn, the Red Tail Reborn was produced by Cleveland-based Hemlock Films and WNEO PBS; filmed nationwide.
Screenings will take place through the entire month of February in the Museum's state of the art digital theater.  Screenings are weekdays at noon, and on weekends at noon and 4pm.
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