An excellent personal story of Aussie (although partially raised in NZ) aviation pioneer and pre- and wartime pilot Jack Clifford (Cliff) Carpenter. He was killed when his RAF Sunderland was short down near Olso at the start of the German invasion. Much of the film covers his time in Australia building and flying aircraft, before heading off to the UK and piloting flying boats pre-war. Great extended interviews with his fiancée, and also Nancy-Bird Walton, interspersed with reading from his letters, great pre-war footage, visits to Norway, etc.
This was broadcast on the History Channel in NZ apparently (as well as ABC is Oz, and Norway). Now available on DVD, or just AUD2.99 for one year's access on Vimeo. Also on iTunes I think? I had no technical issues with watching via Vimeo, smooth while streaming to my laptop. Even better when I realised that my Samsung SmartTV has a Vimeo app, and didn't even have to plug my laptop in to watch it on TV.