Project Description

ROYAL HOSPITAL CHELSEA

D-DAY MEMORIAL FILM

To mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, Quite Frankly recently had the immense privilege of producing a film for The Royal Hospital Chelsea. It contains interviews with four Chelsea Pensioners, all of whom are now well into their 90s. In 1944 they were mobilised to France and in this piece they share their memories of those crucial days in the War.

Since producing these powerful stories, conversations between QF and RHC have continued and we were honoured to be commissioned to produce a short film whereby a young serving officer talks with a Chelsea Pensioner about the ways in which the Royal Hospital Chelsea supports the mental wellbeing of ex-servicemen.

To mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, Quite Frankly recently had the immense privilege of producing a film for The Royal Hospital Chelsea. It contains interviews with four Chelsea Pensioners, all of whom are now well into their 90s. In 1944 they were mobilised to France and in this piece they share their memories of those crucial days in the War.

Since producing these powerful stories, conversations between QF and RHC have continued and we were honoured to be commissioned to produce a short film whereby a young serving officer talks with a Chelsea Pensioner about the ways in which the Royal Hospital Chelsea supports the mental wellbeing of ex-servicemen.

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