REBUILDING THE WORLD TRADE CENTER
As construction began on Ground Zero, with new towers being raised in a symbolic rebirth from 9/11, artist and filmmaker Marcus Robinson documented the entire process. Stunning time-lapse photography, paintings, drawings and, most affectingly, interviews with the men and women working on the site capture both the physical enormity of the six-year task and the emotional impact the undertaking has on the workers, and, by extension, New York as a whole.
Screening with Trish Dalton’s Bordering on Treason. A photojournalist travels back and forth to Iraq for a decade to put a face on the War on Terror.
Co-presented with the International Center of Photography
Bordering on Treason
Bordering On Treason tells the amazing story of Lorna Tychostup, a single mother and photojournalist who travels to Iraq continuously for nine years to put a human face on a horrific global tragedy. Visiting military units and Iraqi families beyond the green zone, she evolves from naïve civilian to established journalist. Through Lorna’s personal journey, Bordering On Treason explores the complexities of this war and the possibility of hope.
Director: Trish Dalton; Producer: Trish Dalton; Story Producer: Jesse Epstein; Editors: Milton Ginsberg & Jody Jorgensen; Music: John Califra
Producer: Nick Catliff
Cinematographer: Marcus Robinson
Editor: Leo Cullen
Music: Nate Shaw
Running Time: 40 min.