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Former Student Releases Motion Picture

Tin Hat Productions is the brainchild of Callum Burn, a former pupil of St George’s, who teamed up with his dad to write and produce a feature length film, which is currently on show in cinemas across the UK. His film ‘Lancaster Skies’ is based around a Lancaster bomber crew who are about to attack Berlin in 1944. Filmed in Lincolnshire, and taking three years to complete, Callum used crowd funding to finance the project, as well roping in family and friends. The film has been grabbing critical acclaim, currently rating a sensational 8.8/10 on the IMDB website, with the soundtrack making the Apple Music Chart top 40, and the DVD (currently on pre-order) being categorised as an “Amazon Choice” (i.e. comes highly recommended by Amazon).

Callum has been overwhelmed with the kind messages of support people have been sending him. Unfortunately, his work did not stop the moment the film was released. Callum is now working hard to promote his film, and he was recently even interviewed on The One Show. For more information about the film, you can find it on their website www.LancasterSkies.com or follow them on their Facebook page. Tickets for shows are selling out fast, but more shows are continuously being added to the cinema schedules (due to demand). We want to congratulate Callum on this massive achievement and wish him all the best in his future projects. 

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Props from the film are now on permanent display at the We’ll Meet Again Museum in Freiston, Boston.