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‘Everybody Flies’ documentary to tell Captain Tristan Loraine’s story

Everybody Flies
Fact Not Fiction Films has confirmed that they have completed filming a number of initial scenes for their new flagship documentary project ‘Everybody Flies'.

The feature length documentary will tell the ongoing story of contaminated air on commercial passenger aircraft through the eyes of former British Airways Captain, Tristan Loraine.

Ill health retired as a consequence of repeat exposure to toxic fumes on board the aircraft he flew, Loraine gained a second-to-none insight into the subject matter, which affected his life so drastically. In January 2015, Loraine was honoured with a British Citizen Award for his extensive work on this issue.

Co-Director and Assistant Producer, Beth Moran stated:

“We have shot some initial scenes to appeal to new partners for this very important documentary. The film is in the unique position of being relevant to millions of people all over the world and everybody who flies needs to know this story.

The film has so far received development funding from numerous pilot unions and airline crews globally.”

Producer, Tristan Loraine stated:

“The aircraft I operated often had a strange smell but when I asked about it, I was told it was ‘just oil’. I thought it was safe until I became a Health and Safety representative and I discovered the truth.”

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