As narrated by none other than Peter Coyote (Ken Burns films), this story of two WWII POWs that shared the same barracks in the Stalag Luft I camp in Northern Germany, meet for the first time 72 years later at a senior living facility in Denver, CO. An incredible story and winner of Best Short Documentary Category at the Glendale International Film Festival, 25 Steps is a compelling story of survival, resilience, and serendipity.
As part of our filming, we found out that the Stalag Luft I Museum in Barth, Germany, where over 9,000 air corpsmen from around the world were held captive, is underfunded and in danger of closing. Our goal for 25 Steps is to “gift” this documentary to the Museum as part of the 75th Anniversary of the liberation of the camp in May of 2020. The curator of the museum, Helga Radau, stated that, “This film could very well save the Museum”. Our extended mission for the film is to be a part in saving one of the most important parts of world history and provide a legacy to those captured at Stalag Luft I prison.
WE NEED YOUR HELP! Despite those trying to forget the five worst years of Germany’s history, we have a duty to remember, so as not to repeat such atrocities. Your support will assist us in providing this important legacy film to the Stalag Museum in both English and German, while helping provide new content to the Stalag Museum to increase membership and financial support.
*ANY DONATION will help support our efforts to save world history! Click on donate tab now!
*With a minimum donation of $1000.00 will enable us to have your name (company or individual) placed in the closing credits of both version of the film 25 Steps, premaritally housed at the Stalag Luft I Museum in beautiful Barth, Germany!
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