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Brand-new Teaser Debuts at AirVenture 2018 Co-directors Darroch Greer and Paul Glenshaw proudly showed off the team’s brand new teaser at the EAA AirVenture air show in Oshkosh Wisconsin. The weather was perfect at the Airbus Fly-In theater. A huge crowd gathered. We were the opening act for a screening of the Robert Redford classic […]

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Our 2017 preview teaser – featuring interviews, locations, and footage from the trenches!      

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Our first major aerial shoot took place this past October, with two Nieuport 17s and a German Rumpler played multiple roles covering the exploits of the Escadrille, and southern Pennsylvania playing the role of France. Our enormous thanks to Neal Baughman, Rick Bennett, Andrew King, Eric Lunger, Tom Martin, Neil Negley, Mike O’Neal, and Gerry […]

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Co-writer/producer/director Paul Glenshaw will present the story of the Lafayette Escadrille at the Smithsonian’s S. Dillon Ripley Center Tuesday, November 14 at 6:45 pm. This special presentation will feature recent shot footage from the upcoming documentary. Ticketing information at the link below! https://smithsonianassociates.org/ticketing/tickets/reserve.aspx?id=240451

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Our trip to France generated a few media stories! It was striking to us how much interest remains in the story in the small towns where the Escadrille served. Local historians—and the media—were eager to share the fact that we came to learn from them. Here we are on France’s Channel 3—a story about our […]

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Our team has just returned from nearly four weeks in France. We made presentations at the Paris Air Show, and filmed interviews and locations throughout the city and across the Western Front. Our mission was to capture a sense of place—that France herself is the main character of our film. France was the symbol of […]

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An epic in four acts. 42 Characters. Interviews with those who knew their laugh, their handshake, the sound of their voice. Thousands of photographs, films, artifacts. Real airplanes recreating visceral moments of joy and terror. The pilots tell their story better than anyone—all their heartache, courage, fear, hilarity, flirtations, boredom, and exhilaration. The places—many little […]

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What made them go? Our country was not at war. They were young and had everything to live for at home. Yet they volunteered to die for France. They saw it all—many were there in 1914 when the war began and enlisted in the Foreign Legion right away. They fought at Loos, Artois, Champagne, Verdun. […]

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