Working on Fury

In a new addition to the Fury Experience, 8th October, hear from 2nd Unit Director of Photography, Steven Hall about his experiences as part of the 200-strong Fury film crew.

During the Fury Experience, Steven will talk about what it was like to work with 5 fully-practical working Sherman tanks, 100 stunt performers, and action-extras to re-create the desperate last few months of WW2 in David Ayer’s blockbuster film.

In 2014, The Tank Museum’s Sherman graced the Silver screen in the title role ‘Fury’, alongside the Museum’s famous Tiger 131. The Sherman ‘Fury’ has remained a popular collection item ever since, drawing visitors from around the world and inspiring a special Fury Experience day at The Tank Museum.

Participants on the Fury Experience will have the chance to look inside the Sherman ‘Fury’ itself, hear from Curator David Willey about the Museum’s part in the film, the history of the Sherman tank and much more, including a new talk from Steven Hall about what it was like to work on set.

Steven Hall worked on the famous Tiger scene in Fury.
The Fury crew, including Brad Pitt and the Museum's Fury tank.

As 2nd Unit Director of Photography, Steven worked on the infamous Tiger scene, which sees the crew of Fury, including Brad Pitt, being attacked by Tiger 131 hiding in the bushes.

In addition to a talk on Fury, Steven Hall will be on-hand during the Fury Experience to answer your questions about what it’s like to work on a Hollywood film.

As well as Fury, Steven’s worked on The Imitation Game, War Horse, Gladiation, War and Peace, A United Kingdom, Yesterday, Edge of Tomorrow, and many more.

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