Commemorate The Tuskegee Airmen’s 75th Anniversary in Select U.S. Movie Theaters


In Their Own Words: The Tuskegee Airmen – The 75th Anniversary

Tuskegee Airmen 75th anniversary.

Mass Appeal Wire Reports

KANSAS CITY — Fathom Events is partnering with Bryton Entertainment to present “In Their Own Words: The Tuskegee Airmen – The 75th Anniversary” in select U.S. theaters for the first time ever on Tuesday, March 29th at 7:00 PM CST. Locally, the movie will be shown at Cinemark 20 in Merriam, Kan., and Cinemark Palace at the Plaza in Kansas City, Mo. This one-night event features emotional interviews, recherché photographs, archival footage and computer-generated recreations.

Moviegoers will also experience an exclusive panel discussion captured at the National Air Force Museum with Tuskegee Airman Lt. Col. George Hardy, Former Administrator of NASA Col. Fred Gregory, as well as the producer Bryan Williams and director Denton Adkinson.

“Fathom is extremely excited to be working with Bryton Entertainment on this powerful event that honors the Tuskegee Airmen,” said Fathom Events CEO John Rubey. “[2016] marks the 75th anniversary of these amazing fighters and there is no better way to celebrate these men than a documentary and panel discussion.”

Tickets for “In Their Own Words: The Tuskegee Airmen – The 75th Anniversary” can be purchased online by visiting You can also buy tickets at participating box offices. Fans nationwide will be able to enjoy the event in nearly 200 movie theaters through Fathom’s Digital Broadcast Network.

For a complete list of locations, visit


  1. Daniel Ammerman

    Their numbers are beyond question. Their valor beyond doubt. Once they were in proper action, the bomber crews refused to move without them.

  2. you negros want to help saving lives? well you should start shooting down the bombers of your jewish masters

  3. Haha…. well… they have to protect the bombers so they can drop their bombs on cities filled with civilians… true heroes… but hey: as long as they are GERMAN civilians its fine, hm?

  4. Why they always make a movies about the American side? German pilots were also fought fearlessly in the sky. Why not making a movie about them too? They were also have a families. I never know how German pilots felt about war.

  5. Choosemeiwin Cho

    i hate the fact american and hollywood always have to create so much bull shit and glory into their propaganda movies.. fail society.. instead of wasting all these lives in all the wars in history why don’t we stop up and say no more war.. if you want war then fight it yourself instead of letting your people suffer.. hollywood indeed has a little illuminati over it..

  6. now if only the homeboys in Ferguson would act like this…

  7. AHAHAH what a shitty propaganda, americans never let those negroes have an air to air dogfight (this is the real truth) otherwise they would have been wiped out! Them all and their crappy planes.

  8. David komla Kakrada

    don’t call them negros you piece of white trash.

  9. People in power will gladly send young men to die for them in times of war, yet in times of peace, they would never allow those same men into their homes.

  10. I take it back! I am not afraid to admit that I was predjudised. The Tuskeegee airmen were some of the finest airmen during WW2…makes me wonder why we have such a feeling against them..???

  11. Constantine Joseph

    The Tuskegee airmen like every other ethnicity in the armed forces, gave everything including their lives as a sacrifice for freedom

  12. It’s disappointing if life was really so racist for black people back then although, I would question WHO it really was racist against. Keeping the black guys safe and sending the white people in to die on the front lines…lol

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