ONE MAN’S STORY OF BRAVERY, HEARTACHE AND COMPASSION BEHIND ENEMY LINES
Set four days after D-Day, our story follows the events of a British 2nd Special Air Service soldier that was dropped into German-occupied Normandy as part of Operation Titanic.
In the early hours of 6th June 1944, a small group of SAS soldiers along with hundreds of dummy paratroopers known as ‘Ruperts’ were dropped by the Royal Air Force to give the illusion of a large scale parachute landing and to cause diversion, confusion and havoc before the impending Allied invasion of France later that day.
Deep behind enemy lines the soldiers were left alone to fight and survive.
What’s it all about?
On occasion we host special events including the Christmas specials, memorial evenings and special Q&A evenings with film industry professionals.
Ho Ho Hellfire 2
Christmas Special (December 27, 2017)
Christmas Slay (2015)
A Town on the Edge
(April 12, 2017)
A documentary portrait about the people of Dover town including a Q&A with the filmmaker Richard Bundy.
Ho Ho Hellfire
Christmas Special (December 20, 2016)
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
An Evening for Papa Spyk
(September 8, 2016)
A memorial evening for the late Edouard “Papa Spyk” Gheur. Hollywood stuntman, actor, professional rugby player, bodybuilder and Folkestone resident.