Join us as The National WWII Museum concludes its 16th International Conference on World War II with a special hourlong session on the making of Masters of the Air, providing an inside look into Apple TV+'s upcoming WWII miniseries on the Eighth Air Force. Based on the acclaimed book by Donald L. Miller, PhD, the miniseries reunites Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, and Gary Goetzman who also produced Band of Brothers and The Pacific.
This virtual session will feature Playtone producer Kirk Saduski in conversation with Miller, who will discuss his role as a historical consultant on the miniseries, which premieres in January 2024.
This virtual session is free and open to the public. Click above to register. Please note that in-person registration is sold out.
Interested in watching other conference sessions? Click here to view the full program and register for the entire conference from December 7-9. All sessions will be livestreamed and available to watch for free.
The International Conference on World War II is a program of the Jenny Craig Institute for the Study of War and Democracy at The National WWII Museum and is presented by the Pritzker Military Foundation on behalf of Pritzker Military Museum & Library, with additional support from The Gen. Raymond E. Mason Jr. Distinguished Lecture Series on World War II Endowment Fund.