World Titanic Event – Virtual Titanic Film Day

Announcing the Movies of Titanic
Virtual Titanic Film Day
Saturday, April 8, 2023.

For the first time anywhere, the Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, MO & Pigeon Forge, TN will hold a virtual Titanic Film Day for two Titanic movies, announces Mary Kellogg-Joslyn, President/CCO and co-owner of the Museum Attractions.

For decades movie makers have been producing extraordinary films focused on the epic Titanic story. One has not been seen in over 75 years, until now.
The films chosen for the one-day event will be available to registered guests to screen via on demand streaming Saturday, April 8th.

“L.A. Beadles”, Titanic Historian and host and creator of the podcast, Unsinkable: The Titanic Podcast, will be your host and will set up each film with an interview with the lead researcher and cast member of the film “The SIX” and with a published author and historian, about the “Nazi Titanic”.

The Two Titanic Films to be shown on Saturday, April 8th. All films will be shown through Wednesday, April 19th, 2023.

A ticket pass for both films will be priced at $15.00. These two films will have a window for participants to view. The system will allow one viewing per film by each registered guest.

“The Six”

Of all the many stories told about passengers on RMS Titanic one remained a mystery – the untold story of the only Chinese on board. This documented film exposes the undercurrent of discrimination and racial barriers faced by six Chinese fishermen who survived the sinking. First release in 2020, this film has received international acclaim for its authenticity and clear-eyed look at the world in 1912. TITANIC’s James Cameron was executive producer.


This extraordinary film was lost to the world until it was rediscovered, restored and re-released in 2005. Filmed in the middle of World War ll by order of Hitler’s propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, it tell the Titanic story from an anti-capitalism point of view. Banned for political controversy, praised for its elaborate sets and innovative cinematography techniques.

The Nazi Titanic movie scheduled for viewing during the Virtual Titanic Film Day, while noteworthy for its historical value, does not imply a Titanic Museum Attractions endorsement for its propaganda-filled content.

Your dollars will go to the Titanic Museum Historical Foundation Organization, a 501C non-profit. Its mission is the Preservation of the Titanic Museum artifacts/research files.

Virtual Titanic Film Day Registration


Children of the RMS Titanic
A World Exclusive Starting March 2023

“There were 135 children on board Titanic, with ages ranging from 9 weeks to 15 years, each with a story to tell. This is our mission for 2023, to shine a light on their young lives, to speak their names, and to honor their legacy. The iconic image of the children’s shoes serves to capture the spirit of this major event and prepare our guests for a powerful new look into Titanic’s final days though the eyes of children,” Kellogg-Joslyn says.

Life begins with baby steps, innocents at sea,
each pair of shoes were on a path lined with
Hope, Courage & Resilience.

Reservation required as many days sold out. Book early.

Reserve Your Titanic Tickets

Master Edmond Navratil
2nd Class Passenger
Age: 2 Years
Born: March 5, 1910
Destination: United States

I’m Edmond Navratil from Nice, France. My brother, Michel, and I didn’t know it, but Mother had no idea where we were.

Our parents were in the midst of a divorce. Rather than risk giving us up, Papa decided to take us away to America. He changed our last name to Hoffman, bought tickets for Titanic and tried to make us disappear. His plan worked until an iceberg got in the way. Suddenly the secrecy and lies crashed in on us.

On deck, Michel and I were separated from Papa and placed in a lifeboat. Once aboard the rescue ship, we were unable to tell anyone who we were or why we were all alone. As far as the world knew, no Navratils were on Titanic, and nobody knew the Hoffmans, either. The Navratils seemed to have vanished, yet there we were — two little boys who were very much alive. What would become of us?

Find this and other Titanic children stories when visiting Titanic Branson

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