Narrator: Charles Dance
Running time: 2 hours 5 mins
An epic and emotional testimony and tribute to the aircraft teams that won the Battle of Britain and ultimately the Second World War, as told by the last serving heroes who built, flew and fought in the magnificent Spitfire.
Narrated by Charles Dance (The Imitation Game, Gosford Park) with breath-taking aerial footage from the world’s greatest aviation photographer, John Dibbs, plus never before seen digitally re-mastered archive footage, Spitfire explores how this extraordinary plane became the most famous fighter aircraft ever made.
Timed to release as part of the RAF’s centenary year celebrations (RAF100), this special one-night-only event will feature exclusive additional footage recorded at the world premiere on July 9th and will be followed by a Q&A moderated by ‘Honorary Group Captain’ Carol Vorderman and very special guests.
A feature documentary in our Reel Culture strand