Greensboro, North Carolina (PRWEB) August 11, 2015
A blockbuster style documentary designed for public television is nearing completion by Lefty Films, featuring state of the art visual effects to tell the story of the largest air war in history, as told through the story of America's greatest P-51 Mustang ace, George Preddy Jr.
An early draft demo video for "Carolina Ace" can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ef-8u4GDSQM
Completion of this documentary is nearing after filming in multiple states across America, including interviews with veterans and living relatives of George Preddy Jr., and the several years it has taken to create blockbuster quality visual effects that make it possible to bring the WWII aircraft back to life. Viewers will witness 1,000 bombers and hundreds of fighters engaged in an epic air battle over Europe during World War II, all that is needed is a corporate sponsor that sees the value in having their corporate identity on this film in exchange for matching the $60,000 raised by public donations to create this worthy production.
Any company that has an interest in this powerful subject matter that honors a well deserved hero for his incredible service and sacrifice, along with all of those he served with, is encouraged to contact the Preddy Memorial Foundation to make the tax deductible donation that will make this film possible for future generations to see.
The producer and director of "Carolina Ace" is a visual effects veteran from both Emmy Award and Academy Award film projects and has worked with directors including George Lucas, George Miller and Darren Aranofsky on award winning films including Happy Feet (winner of the Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film), Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (Best Visual Effects Oscar nominee) and the recent blockbuster movie Terminator: Genisys starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke. In a recent interview, Mr. Lovette tells of how the film is being created outside of the Hollywood studio system with his donated time and public donations in order to offer the completed documentary to public television networks around the country. "George Preddy Jr. was an everyman who became something greater than himself through service and sacrifice. It was his hard work and perseverance fueled by a fervent passion to achieve his dream that made it possible for him to become the top ace of the legendary P-51 Mustang. His story deserves to be told in a way that will engage young minds and encourage us all to serve a cause greater than our own." says Lovette.
More details of the documentary production are discussed here:
Visit http://www.carolina-ace.com for more information. All companies that wish to be attached to this blockbuster documentary for public television are encouraged to contact the filmmaker or the Preddy Memorial Foundation, a 501c organization that honors WWII aces and all veterans. All donations are tax deductible and anyone, from individuals to companies, can donate easily and securely at http://www.preddy-foundation.org.
The documentary "Carolina Ace" is produced and directed by Shawn Lovette - http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1953226/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 with support from the Preddy Memorial Foundation - http://www.preddy-foundation.org and features actor Brian Nagel from the Katy Perry video "Roar".