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Wartime film maker to talk about his work

The final talk of the season at Metheringham Airfield Visitor Centre will be by Steven Hatton.

Steven Hatton and Neil Baker formed Electric Egg in 2005 - a highly innovative award winning creative production company. Steven recently completed a feature length documentary about the experiences of Second World War Bomber Command aircrew. Veterans of 106 Squadron were included in the film called Into the Wind, released on DVD in 2011 and broadcast on the Yesterday Channel.

He has since worked on a new film, entitled ‘Heilig’ about a Jewish Kindertransport refugee and will give a talk about his films in the gymnasium at the Visitor Centre on Wednesday, November 28 at 7.30pm. Admission £5 visitors including refreshments, free to members and veterans of 106 Squadron.

 

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