Over one year in the making and more than 40 hours of video - this documentary chronicles a few of the remaining Pensacola, Florida Pearl Harbor survivors on their emotional journey to Pearl Harbor for "One Last Goodbye."
Release Date: Dec. 7th, 2012.
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Starting in June of 2011 Liz Watkins, along with founder Holly Shelton and co-organizer retired Lt. Colonel Bill Phillips worked tirelessly organizing and raising funds for 6 Pensacola Fl. area Pearl Harbor survivors to return to Pearl for the 70th anniversary of the attack. After funds for the trip were raised and donations were gathered this one time initiative was able to make the dream of these heros from the "greatest generation" to say one last goodbye to thier fallen comrades come true. Along with 12 support personnel Watkins Productions accompanied these WW II veterans and documented the entire trip.
Watkins Productions started production on this project soon after Holly Shelton welcomed Liz aboard by shadowing these veterans to fundraising functions and documenting their efforts. Sit down interviews were shot with these men reliving the nightmare of the surprise attack along with recounts of other war experiences. Watkins Productions has completed this important record of history and the retelling of these veteran's compelling stories .
Robert Breland, director of photography, camera operator and on line editor worked with over 40 hours of video, a rough cut, historical photos and film and created the final "look" of this documentary.
This documentary was made possible by funding by William B. Watkins, Guyton H. Watkins,
Elizabeth J. Watkins, Mainstay Financial Group, Jim & Norma Johnson, Nova Tech Solutions
Rear Adm. James Fowler, USNR (Ret), Patti Shipyard and The Lockhart Collection
"In honor of my father Lee Leonard, POW, WW II" - Annalee Leornard, Mainstay Financial Group.