The Great Escape: A Personal Account

by Frank Stone

Film Synopsis:

In 1940 18 year old trainee navigator, Frank Stone, was shot down on his second bombing mission.

He eventually ended up in Sagan StalagLuft III - the camp made renowned in the classic war movie "The Great Escape". One of the infamous three tunnels, Tom, Dick and Harry, was dug from the hut in which Frank was billeted.

For the past thirty years Frank has been sharing his experiences of the camp, explaining how they planned and achieved everything and telling of his own part in the greatest escape story of the Second World War.

Client:
A oXyFire Media collabration with TheHistoryNetwork.org and Frank Stone. All DVD/online sales profits go to charity.

Goals & Objectives:
To document the real story behind the great escape from the unique personal perspective of Frank Stone.

Our Approach:
Interview-led documentary intercut with actuality of Frank conducting a talk about his experiences.

Results:
Frank sadly died shortly after making this film. It was an honor to meet him and his story can now live on beyond his years. This film has made money for The War Memorial Fund as well as The Weston Park Cancer Charity.

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