Film & Television
Wartime Productions are familiar with both live-action and green screen productions, for the large and small screen. We have extensive experience and have worked for clients such as The History Channel, National Geographic and a number of major film production companies. By using us for your production you will get a German soldier who comes fully equipped and uninformed, with weapons included, and technically accurate.
Our vehicles also come complete with all relevant accessories associated with each vehicle including correct crew uniform.
We always have a very busy schedule and are booked well in advance, so, in order to avoid disappointment, please contact us well ahead of your project start date, as it is likely that we are working on a number of productions at any one time.
Wartime productions featured film & TV productions
With experience within the film and TV industry dating back several years below is a selection of productions involving our talented and trusted associates.
As we are always involved with several projects at any one time but due to Non-Disclosure Agreements in place only released material is displayed below.
NAZI MEGASTRUCTURES: RUSSIA’S WAR
This is the story of Hitler’s war on the Eastern Front – an attempt to liquidate the Russian people and gain living space for his superior Aryan race. It is a conquest that takes the Nazis all the way to the gates of Moscow and back to the heart of Berlin. A war of annihilation that culminates in the collapse of the Third Reich. The series reveals the cunning strategy, defensive megastructures and military technology deployed in this devastating war of brutality between giants.
Hurricane (Squadron 303) is the story of a group of brave Poles who fought in the skies over England in WW2, not just to keep Great Britain free from the Nazis, but also to keep alive the very idea of their own country, which had existed in its modern form for barely twenty years before it was crushed between the opposing jaws of Germany and Russia. Equipped with the almost-obsolete Hurricane and (with some initial reluctance) given RAF blue uniforms, while they fought, Poland lived.
THE LAST WITNESS
In post-war England, journalist Stephen Underwood is keen to prove his worth. Working for a local newspaper he spends his days covering weddings and funerals while on the lookout for a story that will catapult him into the big league. When he hears of the suicide of a Polish soldier from a nearby Displaced Persons Camp, his journalistic instincts kick in.
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