Monday, April 7, 2014

The Restorers on the big, BIG screen

The Restorers - They Were All Volunteers
Emmy winner at the Museum of the USAF
The Museum of the United States Air Force will be featuring the entire first season of The Restorers on their giant IMAX-style screen in 2014.  The first episode will be "They Were all Volunteers," screening the entire month of April.
This Emmy-winning episode follows an aviation museum from Minnesota as they bring their historic B-25 bomber to the 68th Doolittle Raider Reunion in Dayton, Ohio. The Restorers is produced by Cleveland-based Hemlock Films, filmed nationwide.
Screenings will take place through the entire month of April in the Museum's state of the art digital theater.  Screenings are every day; noon and 3pm.
For more information about screenings, visit:
The next episode will be "Living History," screening the entire month of July.  "Living History" highlights the stories of a Pearl Harbor re-enactor team, B-24 bomber fantasy camp, and a WWII paratrooper jump school.
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