Project Rebirth is a nonprofit organization whose unique film library, which includes the 2011 Peabody award-wining documentary "Rebirth," helps people to find hope, heal and learn from the events of September 11, 2001.
Project Rebirth films are regularly screened today by first responders, military and veterans, educators and community leaders as part of the organization’s educational and therapeutic programs that strive to help people who respond to mass casualty events better understand trauma and loss.
As a partner, Project Rebirth has:
• Produced an exclusive immersive exhibition experience for the 9/11 Memorial Museum, titled "Rebirth at Ground Zero," which features 10 years of time-lapse footage recording the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site, and personal reflections from individuals directly impacted by the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
• Produced a collection of short films that chronicle the journeys of nine people whose lives were forever changed by the events of that day. Their stories of moving forward with their lives, even in the face of unimaginable tragedy, have inspired visitors from around the U.S. and the world.
If you are interested in screening any of Project Rebirth's films, please visit their website www.projectrebirth.com to find out more information.
"Rebirth at Ground Zero" screening in the Museum:
Time: Approximately 10 minutes, every 15 minutes
Location: Rebirth at Ground Zero, Exhibitions and Education Center (South) C-4 Level (see Museum Guide here)