You can now order prints of our stunning image of the the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Lancaster "City of Lincoln" PA474 over Lincoln Cathedral taken by Into the Wind director Steven Hatton.
To see the images and for ordering details check out our BLOG.
1st June Screening at Lincoln Drill Hall
Into the Wind will screen at Lincoln Drill Hall and will be followed by a Q A with director Steven Hatton. See their their website for booking details. The film will be preceeded by Steven Hatton's new film, Heilig.
Into the Wind -DVD release Announcement
The DVD is available to pre-order now. To order, visit the DVD page.
Into the Wind - Broadcast Announcement
Electric Egg are delighted and proud to announce that our first self-produced feature length documentary, Into the Wind, has been acquired for UK broadcast by the Yesterday channel, part of the UK TV group.
Millions will now see Into the Wind, directed by Steven Hatton, when it airs on the popular digital channel, whose stablemates include Dave and GOLD.
Into the Wind - Release Date
We are still currently working on a UK release date be it on DVD or a broadcast release. The film is finished and we hope to release soon. For the very latest news, email us at email@example.com or contact us here to join the mailing list.
Into the Wind - Sound Mix
Into the Wind sound mix to be done soon by our friends at Spool Post. Check out their website and past work at their website
Into the Wind - Sheffield Doc/Fest
Into the Wind, our first feature length doc, directed by Steven Hatton, has been selected for the Sheffield Doc/Fest Videotheque 2010.
Peter Twinn 1922-2010
Ken Harder 1925-2010
We are sad to report the deaths of both Ken and Peter who contributed to the making of the documentary Into the Wind. Like with so many of the veterans who contributed to the film, I have fond memories of visiting them at their homes either for research or filming and will remember their hospitality, kindness and friendship.
BBC NEWS Into the Wind
BBC news are currently running a feature on Into the Wind. Take a look at the BBC News article.