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MacNider film series to present Red Tail Reborn

This news story was published on February 29, 2012.
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The Charles H. MacNider Art Museum’s 2012 Winter Film Series, Films in February, Movies in March, continues this Saturday, March 3 at 2:00 p.m. with Red Tail Reborn. Admission is FREE and open to the public. Popcorn will be provided.

The ambition to make the Tuskegee Airmen a household name is the primary objective of The Red Tail Project, a group of men and women who honor the Airmen by touring air shows with a restored P-51C Mustang, the famous roaring fighter plane these men flew in combat during World War II. Red Tail Reborn, narrated by Michael Dorn, is a tale of inspiration. Historic interviews, unprecedented access, and emotional honesty bring to light the tale of the Tuskegee Airmen.

Red Tail Reborn is a 2007 documentary feature that is not rated (mild content) and is 54 minutes long. It is sponsored by a Friend of the MacNider Art Museum’s Foreign and Independent Film Series.

Visit for more information about the Commemorative Air Force Red Tail Squadron and the tireless work they do to keep the Tuskegee Airmen alive in our memories. At the website you can discover the history of the Airmen, help the CAF Red Tail Squadron keep flying for years to come, and learn about the RISE ABOVE Traveling Exhibit, featuring the exciting original film, Rise Above. It is housed in a 53′ long customized trailer with sides that slide out to create a 30-seat climate-con trolled movie theater with a 180-degree screen. For more information about having the RISE ABOVE Traveling Exhibit visit a local school, youth club or other venue call 1-812-240-2560 or email

The Special Edition of Red Tail Reborn is available in the MacNider Art Museum’s Shop. It includes a widescreen presentation of the film and hours of extra features including filmmaker’s commentary, production stills, deleted scenes, and unedited interviews with the Tuskegee Airmen. DVD = $21 each (Blu-ray = $24 each)

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