A Fundraiser to Support the Mission of the Non-Profit World War II Foundation
The 75th Anniversary of D-Day in 2019 will mark the final official Band of Brothers Actors Reunion in Normandy
Meet the Staff:
Executive Director: Tim Gray – firstname.lastname@example.org
Director: Nathalie Mary Saint John – email@example.com
Director of Operations: Eric LeBoeuf – firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: All the actors have been invited to attend the Normandy 75th anniversary events. It is too early to have an official roster of names at this point, but we will update you as commitments are made. Attendance by each actor depends on their work schedule closer to the event. Some actors may have to pull out at the last minute due to a job offer in TV/Film. To date, we have VERBAL commitments from:
Nick Aaron-Popeye Wynn
Robin Laing-Babe Heffron
Philip Barantini-Skinny Sisk
Nolan Hemmings-Chuck Grant
Matthew Leitch-Floyd Talbert
Bart Ruspoli-Ed Tipper
Scott Grimes-Don Malarkey
Doug Allen-Alton More
Christian Black-Walter Hendrix
George Calil-Moe Alley
Rene Moreno-Joe Ramirez
Ben Caplan-Smokey Gordon
Mark Huberman-Les Hashey
Mark Lawrence-William Dukeman
Tim Matthews-Alex Penkala
Richard Speight-Skip Muck
Peter McCabe-Don Hoobler
Shane Taylor-Doc Roe
Rick Warden-Harry Welsh
Peter Youngblood-Hills-Shifty Powers
Doug Spain-Tony Garcia
Alex Sagba-Brady-Frank Mellet
Veterans Scheduled to Attend June 2 Event:
The 2019 Schedule of Events:
SOLD OUT! June 2-(7PM-11PM)-World War II Foundation International Film Festival Red Carpet Event at the Utah Beach Museum with actors from the Band of Brothers television series, D-Day and World War II veterans. Special guests also attending. Ticketed event. Includes Access to the museum, food, drink, dessert, music, autographs and photos with actors and veterans.
June 3-(11AM)-Band of Brothers Actors signing at the Utah Beach Museum. Cost: 20 euros. Does not include admission to the museum.
SOLD OUT! June 3-(6PM-8PM)-Special screening at the Utah Beach Museum of a short film chronicling several Band of Brothers actors returning 18 years later to where they did their “boot camp” or training for the series. The film is produced and introduced by Rick Warden, who played Lt. Harry Welsh. 30 minutes. Shot in England. Rick Warden’s short film will be followed by a panel discussion with the actors from Band of Brothers in the B-26 hangar at the Utah Beach Museum. The topic is Behind the Scenes of Episodes 2 & 3 of the series, Day of Days and Carentan.
SOLD OUT! June 4-(4PM)-VIP Tour with Band of Brothers actors in Normandy. Part of the VIP tour/dinner package. Space is very limited for this VIP/Private Experience. This package also includes the below exclusive event:
SOLD OUT! June 4-(8PM)-VIP Dinner with Band of Brothers actors at the Pont D’ouve restaurant in Carentan. Part of VIP tour and dinner package. Space is limited. VIP/Private Experience.
June 5-(9PM)–Free Concert at the Port of Carentan featuring actors from the Band of Brothers television series who will bring their own incredible musical talent to the stage.
June 6-(8PM)-Band of Brothers actors signing session at D-Day Experience/Dead Man’s Corner Museum in Sainte-Come-du-Mont. Cost: 20 euros. No museum admission fee.
June 7-(11AM-1PM)-Band of Brothers actors signing session at the Normandy Victory Museum in Carentan. Cost: 20 euros. Does not include admission to the museum.
June 7-(8PM)-Winning films from the World War II International Film Festival shown at Salle du Théâtre in Carentan square. Awards presented by Band of Brothers Actors. Free Event.
Also, no tickets will be mailed. Your name(s) will be added to a guest list for each event. Please bring your PayPal receipt as the backup. There are also no refunds, as these are fundraising events for our non-profit World War II Foundation.
For several years, in both the United States and in Europe, the non-profit World War II Foundation has held Band of Brothers Actors reunions to help raise money to benefit the non-profit mission of the World War II Foundation. To date, the WWII Foundation has raised the money for and dedicated in 2012, the Richard D. Winters Leadership Monument in Normandy, France, as well as produced 21 documentary films on the personal stories of WWII, which we donate to American Public Television, schools, libraries and to veterans. In 2018, the World War II Foundation is also opening the WWII Global Education Center in Rhode Island, a location for student learning.
In 2017 the World War II Foundation held the first ever Normandie-World War II International Film Festival in Sainte Marie du Mont and Carentan, France. Over 50 films made the cut in the inaugural film fest. A red carpet event featuring actors from the Band of Brothers television series, film directors and producers and 10 D-Day veterans kicked off the four-day festival at the famed Utah Beach Museum.
Since then, we’ve screened some great and award-winning films and we are back to do the same in historic Normandie for the 75th anniversary in 2019, along with D-Day and WWII veterans and a large group of actors from the Band of Brothers once again.
The Normandie-WWII International Film Festival is the only film festival in the world featuring the latest film content focused just on WWII, from feature films to shorts. It’s also the only festival in the world to hold its events in and around the D-Day beaches, marking the June 6th anniversary of the landings in northwestern France.
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