Entries by finalmission

May 20, 2015 Chicago, Illinois

In the historic premises of Klas Restaurant at 5734 West Cermak Road the film was viewed with a good Czech beer. The whole area is actually a museum with lots of collected items and period furniture. (Czechoslovak Heritage Museum). One could feel the breath of the 30’s, days when a large community of Czechs and […]

May 18, 2015 Screening of the film in Johnstown, Pennsylvania

In the Flood Museum in ​​Johnstown due to a great interest there were two projections, one after another, followed by a discussion with the audience after each screening. Most of the audience consisted of descendants of Slovak emigrants. The youngest participant was particularly interested in Slovak National Uprising and kept asking us questions. It was […]

May 17, 2015 VETERAN SHOW CLEAR CHANNEL

In Youngstown the director gave a 30-minute live interview to Clear Channel radio editor John P. Brown III in a specialized broadcast for veterans. After broadcasting he told us: “It was very interesting and informative.” And we realized how much do Americans appreciate their veterans; they even have their own radio program. This cannot happen […]

May 16, 2015 Photo exhibition and screening of the film in Youngstown, Ohio

In cooperation with the Slovak Cultural Association of the Mahoning Valley and The Slavic Student Association at Youngstown State University, an exhibition titled Unidentified Heroes / The Final Mission was held in the The First Presbyterian Church’s Community Room, with the film being screened there simultaneously. Panels with photographs of American airmen and Slovak rescuers […]

May 13, 2015 American premiere in New York

   In cooperation with the General Consulate of the Slovak Republic in New York and the Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences the screening of the film was held in the Bohemian National Hall on East 73rd street. The documentary met with a great interest by the Slovaks and Czechs living in New York. After the screening a […]

Opening the One World Festival

Theodore Sedgwick, the American ambassador in Slovakia symbolically opened the One World Festival in cinema Mladost in Bratislava. http://slovakia.usembassy.gov/one_world_film_festival_highlights_american_participation_in_wwii.html