For Memorial Day, Sundance is making available online two outstanding short films about the military. Please take time to watch them with your family.
For aviation fans, get ready for a ton of wonderful archival footage coming your way in William Lorton’s Spitfire 944. A true-life story, Lorton has discovered rare 16mm footage of a 1944 spitfire crash and tracks down the pilot, now an 83-year-old World War II veteran to show him the footage. The early parts of this film consists of wartime remembrances and nostalgia for days gone by. The elderly pilot recalls his time spent with his comrades and explains the basic information involved with his aircraft. What he doesn’t know is that he is about to see, for the first time in his life, footage of his own crash. When the camera captures the man’s honest reaction to what he’s viewing, the greater theme at work is suddenly revealed in a flash. The result is an affirming, honest portrait of a man confronted with his past.
Based on a frightening true story that you won’t believe until you see, Rosso Fango details the ways in which a simple act of compassion can alter the entire course of human history.
Mr. Peabody to Appear on Jeopardy! Everyone's favorite educated canine appears tonight on Jeopardy to match his matchless historical knowledge against the contestants. He will be the first dog to host an entire category.
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Tribute: Kevin "Moochie" Corcoran We mourn the loss of actor/producer Kevin Corcoran, a child star in classic Disney movies and then a producer and director.
Kevin was one of several Corcoran siblings to appear on television and in movies in the 1950's-60's. His sister ...
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