Project Rebirth is the nonprofit organization that produced the 2011 feature-length documentary film "Rebirth." The film combines nearly 10 years of time-lapse footage from up to 14 cameras of the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site with interviews of five people whose lives were affected by the attacks. Project Rebirth is committed to using this unique film for education and therapeutic programs designed 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."
• Produced nine short films of the people interviewed by Project Rebirth, included in programming for the 9/11 Memorial Museum and allows the 9/11 Memorial Museum to routinely screen the documentary film "Rebirth."
"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)
Learn more at projectrebirth.org.