Aviation legend Bob Hoover will be in attendance on July 11 when the Aerospace Museum of California holds its premiere screening of a recently released documentary about his life.
Flying the Feathered Edge, directed by Kim Furst, will be screened at the McClellan Park, California, museum on July 11 following a 6 p.m. meet-and-greet session in which both Hoover, 93, and Furst will participate.
Tickets for the limited seating event are $50 per person, with all proceeds going to benefit the museum.
The 86-minute documentary from The Bob Hoover Project includes interviews with Harrison Ford, Carroll Shelby, Burt Rutan, Dick Rutan, Medal of Honor Recipient Col. Bud Day, Gene Cernan, Clay Lacy, and Sean D. Tucker. It reveals the wisdom Hoover gained from his life probing the boundaries of aviation, the filmmakers said earlier this year when announcing the release of the documentary in digital format.
Flying the Feathered Edge is the award-winning director's fifth aviation documentary as film editor and first as producer and director. Her past work has included the general aviation documentary One Six Right, Discovery Channel's Rocket Challenge, and Wings Over the Rockies, starring Ford.
More information about purchasing tickets for the July 11 screening of Flying the Feathered Edge are available online or by calling 916/564-3437.