Witness WWII heroism in a screening of The Cold Blue at Lone Star Flight Museum

Photo courtesy of Lone Star Flight Museum

Take in the stunning sights and sounds of World War II combat missions and participate in a producer Q&A with the documentary screening of The Cold Blue at Lone Star Flight Museum on Wednesday, September 25 and Thursday, September 26, 2019. 

Update: Due to extenuating circumstances director Erik Nelson is unable to attend. The Cold Blue producer and documentarian, Peter Hankoff will be on hand for the program.

Exploring the heroism and sacrifice of the youth in the 8th Air Force during the Second World War, The Cold Blue is a documentary from director Erik Nelson that pieces together footage shot by Hollywood director William Wyler and his cinematographers aboard B-17 aircraft in combat missions over Europe.

Lone Star Flight Museum is offering a special presentation of The Cold Blue with an evening that includes a Q&A session with producer Peter Hankoff, behind-the-scenes footage, and a tour of the museum’s B-17 aircraft, as well as complimentary food and drink.

The following morning, The Cold Blue will be screened in a students-only session that delves into the filmmaking aspects and offers a Q&A session for aspiring film students (attendees must provide a valid student ID for admission).

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The Cold Blue at Lone Star Flight Museum 

Photo courtesy of Lone Star Flight Museum

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