Video: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum Flyfest 2009

In the summer of 2009, Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum asked Fearless Widget Productions (owned and operated by Why Fly partners, Glenn Norman & Michelle Goodeve) to shoot a DVD on the organization’s annual “Flyfest.”

Each year CWHM sets aside a weekend to thank their talented volunteers and to give members of the public an opportunity to view many of the collection’s aircraft in flight. Attendees can even get airborne in everything from a Tiger Moth to the pride of their collection, a Mk 10 Avro Lancaster (dedicated to the memory of posthumous, Victoria Cross winner, Pilot Officer Andrew Charles Mynarski).

The CWHM has kindly allowed us to show an exclusive clip from the completed DVD on Why Fly.

Note: To view this video in full-screen mode at the proper resolution, start playing it on this page first, then click the full-screen icon at the bottom-right.

For more information on Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, visit www.warplane.com. You can get more info on the Flyfest DVD, and order a copy, in the CWHM gift shop.

Watch for Michelle Goodeve’s exclusive images from Flyfest 2009 in Part Two of her “Great Canadian Anomalies” photo essay. Coming soon!

About the Filmmakers

Fearless Widget Productions is a video production company operated by Glenn Norman and Michelle Goodeve, two of the founders of Why Fly.

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