1. The Herman Baron Story (Documentary)


    from Aaron Parpart / Added

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    Herman Baron recalls his epic journey as a B24 pilot in World War II.

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    • Paper Plane


      from Project Indie Shorts / Added

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      A Short story about the thoughts of two children during the London Blitz in 1940. Timmy's brother is leaving to fight in the war while 50 miles away in London, Evan is trapped in the midst of the London blitz. We see them both communicating in their final moments before everything changes.

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      • Ernie Pyle "D-Day to Germany"


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        This 3 minute reel of clips of war correspondent Ernie Pyle comes from the 1944 documentary "D-Day to Germany" shot, edited, and narrated by Jack Lieb, a “News of the Day” correspondent who was assigned to cover the invasion of France. He shot this film for himself while also working for the Hearst Corporation newsreel. After the war, Mr. Lieb created a traveling film and lecture program. The National Archives restored the film together with a recording of his original narration The six clips in order show: Ernie Pyle second from right in cap Ernie Pyle in center wearing helmet and overcoat Ernie Pyle in black beret on left (after the invasion) Ernie Pyle in black beret (after the invasion) D-Day pre-invasion troops Invasion Beachhead

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        • Colonel Glenn Frazier


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          Col. Glenn Frazier joined the U.S. Army in July 1941 and was assigned to the 75th Ordinance Company in the Philippines. On the island of Luzon, Colonel Frazier was part of one of the largest surrenders in the history of the U.S. Army. On April 9th, 1942, he was captured in Bataan, and after enduring the brutal Bataan Death March spent three and a half years in Japanese Prison Camps.

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          • Yugo The Bunker - Wild Food for Wild People


            from Carlos Leon / Added

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            Yugo The Bunker - Wild Food for Wild People is a shocking short film introducing Yugo's restaurant new concept of The Bunker, one of the Top 5 Japanese Restaurants in Madrid and Spain, by Chef Julián Mármol. He becomes the master of wild beasts from every corner of the world and the creator of an incredible gastronomic adventure with the authenticity of a self taught professional and the finest and rarest products on earth. Director: Carlos Leon Producer: Rafa Endeiza Production Company: Attic Films DoP: Rafael Reparaz Ad Agency: Romero y Artero Chef: Julián Mármol - Yugo The Bunker Edition: Carlos Leon, Carmelo Miranda and Fernando Guarinelo Post-Produced by: Raúl Sanz Music: Sam Maldonado

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            • Did You Know; An American Hero World War II Code Breaker


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              In this video an Agapé Senior Harbison resident is interviewed about her experience during World War II when she spent time as a code breaker for the United States Government. Louise Pugh, a young college graduate teaching high school in rural Virginia was recruited along with hundreds of other intelligent young women of integrity in the war effort against the Japanese. The code breakers ultimately helped alert the US military of impending attacks and strategy that led to US victory against the Japanese in the Pacific theatre.

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              • Boggio Studios Heritage


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                Find out more about the history of the Boggio family and why photography is so important to them. Julia comes from a long line of Italian photographers and artists, who each have their own stories and relationships with capturing moments in camera.

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                • The Book Launch of "Prouder Than Ever"


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                  The Launch of the amazing, secret diary of A. T. Casdagli, the embroidering Prisoner of War who ‘stitched up Hitler’ and ‘needled the Nazis’, with rembetika music from Plastikes Karekles and extracts read by Anton Thompson-McCormick, in the Crypt of St Sophia's Cathedral, London. Filmed by James Morton Projects. http://www.cylixpress.co.uk http://www.jamesmortonprojects.com http://www.twitter.com/alexispcasagli http://www.pureprint.com

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                  • Scenes of War: Combat Photographer Jim Bates


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                    Jim Bates, a photographer for General Eisenhower's newsreel team, witnessed some of the greatest battles of the War through the lens of his camera. Hear Bates speak about his experiences in this video portrait, which features rare unpublished photographs and motion-picture film shot during actual combat in the European Theater of World War II.

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                    • Missing


                      from Victoria Linchong / Added

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                      Teaser for a new documentary idea.

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