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This documentary explores the history and legacy of the Spitfire fighter plane used by British pilots in the Royal Air Force during World War Two. Designed and refined as war raged on throughout Europe, this single-seat aircraft has been said to have changed the course of history through its invention and deployment, and as a result remains the most famous fighter plane in the world. The film blends rare, digitally remastered archive footage from the 1940s with the words of the last-surviving male and female veterans of the war who flew it. Combined with stunning aerial footage from the world’s top aviation photographer, the film truly brings home the feat of bravery, engineering and piloting on show.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for titles within the Exploring History strand of the Into Film Festival.
British World War Two drama about bomber crews sent to drop the bouncing bombs invented to destroy German dams and cripple industrial production.
11+ years 120 mins
Compilation of films created by the Ministry of Information highlighting the importance of women’s contributions to the war effort.
7+ years 150 mins
A rescue mission involving hundreds of thousands of British Allied soldiers takes place on the beaches of Dunkirk at the height of World War Two.
14+ years 106 mins
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