Monday, May 26, 2014

Hemlock Films: A New Aviation Film for the BIG screen

The Restorers - Living History
New Aviation Series 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.  A brand new episode "Living History" will debut this July.
The Restorers is a new television series about the men and women who restore antique aircraft.  This documentary series will showcase these restorers as they use their re-built aircraft as tools to promote aviation history.

This never before seen episode "Living History" follows three complimentary stories: 
Tora Tora Tora
A group who re-enact the events of Pearl Harbor at airshows nationwide with high-performance historic aircraft.
Bomber Crew Fantasy Camp
The public can sign up to re-live the sights and sounds of being a B-24 bomber crew.
WWII Airborne Demo Team
We ride along as team members train and parachute out of a historic aircraft...WWII-style!!
While screenings will begin July 1st, a premiere event will take place on July 12th at 4pm.  Members of the production crew will be in attendance, along with historic veterans:
Ralph Lynn - B24 Bomber Co-Pilot                    Jim "Pee Wee" Martin - 101st Airborne Division
A Q&A will begin immediately following the screening with the production crew and veterans.
For more information about screenings, visit:
Screenings of The Restorers - Living History will take place through the entire month of July in the Museum's state of the art digital theater.  Show times are 12pm and 4pm.  
Each episode will be featured for a full month.  The first episode was in April, highlighting the Doolittle Raiders.  The additional episodes will be:
July - Living History
August - Aircraft Recovery
September - Aviation Destinations
October - The Aviatrix
The Restorers is produced by Cleveland-based Hemlock Films, filmed nationwide.
For more information, contact us at:
Air Force Museum Foundation
We would love to hear from you!


Hemlock Films | 1446 Elbur Avenue | Lakewood, Oh 44107

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