What movies have they made since the fall of Featherston?Some of the Famous Movies of Featherston's Confederacy
Triumph of the Will (1936) - A propaganda documentary featuring President Featherston about how the Confederate people was able to get out of hard times and regain their lost prestige and pride with the help of the programs of the Freedom Party as living standards being improved under Featherston.
Kentucky 1917 (1938) - A propaganda drama war movie which was set in 1917 on the Kentucky Front around a group of Confederate Army soldiers as they desperately try to defend the Confederacy against their Northern Invaders. The film would depict the ordinary soldiers sympathetically whereas the Confederate aristocratic officers and generals were likewise shown to be cowardly scoundrels.
The Northerners (1941) - A propaganda documentary which depicts the CSA's rival, the USA, as a cesspool of degeneracy, socialism, ultra-capitalism, and hypocrisy (the latter covers the Yankees treatment of the Native Americans, Mormons, and the Canadians while they preach egalitarianism.)
Mules (1942) - A Propaganda war film which is about a squadron of CSAF Mule dive bombers during Operation Blackbeard which shows the exploits of the planes and their pilots as they provide air support to Confederate ground forces against the US Army.
Camp Hill (1942) - A historical war film set during the War of Secession following General Robert E. Lee as he led his army to victory in the Battles at Sharpsburg and at the film's climax and Camp Hill against Federal forces in 1862.
Manassas (1944) - A propaganda historical war film set during the Battle of Manassas in 1861 which saw the Confederate forces defeating General McClellan's forces. This film was the last film to be produced and released in the Confederate States of America and was an attempt by Saul Goldman and his propaganda department to try and rally the Confederate people as they faced an inevitable defeat in 1944.