Client: The Russian Arctic Convoy Museum

'The Worst Journey in the World’ is the story of the Russian Arctic Convoys of World War 2 and the veterans who sailed to Russia from Loch Ewe in Scotland.
This documentary was produced to commemorate the anniversary of these dangerous but essential convoys and to raise funds for the Russian Arctic Convoy Museum in Loch Ewe, Wester Ross.
The Glass Bullet team filmed stunning aerial footage over Loch Ewe and interviewed HRH Prince Michael of Kent, Winston Churchill’s Granddaughter Celia Sandys and several veterans across the world via Zoom, who had risked their lives on the convoys.

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“I am writing to thank you and your colleagues at Glass Bullet Media for producing our programme ‘Worst Journey in the World, the Story of the Russian Arctic Convoys in WWII’. I have received such positive emails from so many, not only from the UK but also from around the world, some very emotional. This was achieved in a very short space of time, and to say that my team and I and the trustees of the Russian Arctic Convoy Project are absolutely delighted is truly an understatement!
You have been professional and a pleasure to deal with. My thanks to Graeme, Laura, Lee and Craig. I am very grateful to you."

John Casson MBE, Co-chairman

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