Each year, the Museum hosts documentaries, feature films, and campy classics. Documentaries often feature a Q&A with the filmmaker. Watch classic feature films and even world premieres in The Solomon Victory Theater, which houses the 4D cinematic experience, Beyond All Boundaries. Our most popular is the biennial interactive showing of The Sound of Music, where guests dress up, sing along, and boo Nazis.
Past Event Highlights:
The Sound of Music Sing-Along, August 2016
You gave us your best Julie Andrews! The National WWII Museum hosted its biennial showing of The Sound of Music. 700 of our closest friends watched this classic film get campy with New Orleans’ top comedians: Becky Allen, Sean Patterson, and Mandy Zirkenbach.
Follow along with all the fun on #ww2SoundofMusic
The Sound of Music Sing-Along 2016
Hacksaw Ridge Premier: October 2016
Hacksaw Ridge tells the story of WWII Army Medic Desmond Doss, who served during the Battle of Okinawa, refuses to kill people, and becomes the first man in American history to receive the Medal of Honor without firing a shot. The National WWII Museum was honored to premier the feature film in October 2016.