The Restorers has been nominated for an Emmy award in the category of “Best Documentary – Historical”. The Emmy awards will be held in December of this year. An Emmy Award, or simply Emmy, is an American award that recognizes excellence in the television industry.
The Restorers is a documentary series, offering a glimpse into the world of antique aircraft restoration. “Episode 1 – Living History” follows the historic airshow act Tora Tora Tora, Bomber Crew Fantasy Camp, and the WWII Airborne Demonstration Team. The Restorers is distributed by American Public Television. The host PBS station for the series in WUCF-PBS in Orlando, FL. The Emmy nomination was made by the Suncoast NATAS Emmy Chapter.
The Restorers is produced by Hemlock Films, based in Cleveland, Ohio. The company is a multi-Emmy winning film production company, specializing in aviation history. The Restorers – Season 1 was created by Hemlock Films producers Kara and Adam White. Kara and Adam have produced national documentaries like Beyond The Powder and Red Tail Reborn, both airing on PBS. Hemlock Films is now producing a new film about the women pilots of WWII titled Rise Above: WASP, as well as a new PBS documentary about the Apollo program titled Spacetown U.S.A.
Hemlock Films also produces high-quality films and videos for museum exhibits and museum promotions. Adam and Kara are storytellers who relate history in fun, entertaining ways. They create one-of-kind museum video displays and make unique films for every museum exhibit display. Young and old museum visitors remember our exhibits and pass the knowledge and experience along to their friends and families.
If you’re a museum director or curator who needs donors to understand the value your museum brings to the community, or you need to create compelling, storytelling exhibits, please visit www.TheRestorers.com