I somehow missed this and now I need to find a copy to see the whole thing. Bloody Omaha was created by Colin Thornton, Neil Wilson and Steven Flynn who run the graphics company Compost Creative. Team Compost headed out to Omaha Beach for 4 days armed with a Z1 camera, a pop up greenscreen, some soldier uniforms and 2 rubber rifles (they couldn't afford 3), and began the process of covering the beach (with camera on the cliff top), and re-enacting the veteran's moving accounts. When back in London they painstakingly started to piece together all the shots using Adobe After-Effects, and turning 3 people into the invading US Army.
6 Weeks later the work was completed and it provided a moving insight to the US veteran's memories of storming Omaha Beach, for BBC 2's Timewatch: Bloody Omaha.