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2001 film and video

9/11. producers/editors, Richard Barber, M.J. Maloy, Bruce Spiegel, Mead Stone, Paul LaRosa, Ian P. Paisley ; writers, Tom Forman, Greg Kandra ; directors, Jules Naudet, Gedeon Naudet, James Hanlon.  Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount Pictures, c2002. (Originally broadcast on CBS in 2001.)
Summary: On the morning of September 11, 2001, brothers Jules and Gedeon Naudet were working on a documentary about a rookie New York City firefighter. Hearing a roar in the sky, Jules turned his camera upward - just in time to film the only existing image of the first plane crashing into the World Trade Center Tower 1. With cameras rolling, the Naudets follow NYC firefighters into the heart of what would be known as Ground Zero. This video is a striking tribute to real-life heroes who rose to extraordinary acts of courage and compassion.
Underground zero.  [United States] : World Artists Home Video, c2003.  Originally released in 2001.
Summary: A collaborative film project comprised of a collection of short films by a variety of experimental and documentary filmmakers in response to the events of September 11, 2001.
Voices for peace. Turning Tide Productions ; directed by Robbie Leppzer. Wendell, MA : Turning Tide Productions, c2001.
Summary: A documentary about anti-war demonstrations in Washington, D.C. and New York City after the September 11 attacks.
Watch what you say free speech in times of national crisis.  Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2001. (originally aired on Nightline on October 3, 2001.)

Summary: ABC News anchor Ted Koppel and correspondent John Donvan explore the penalties of political dissent in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Includes news footage and a round table discussion with media personalities, journalists, and others who have suffered the consequences of voicing unpopular opinions, revealing a disturbing yet unsurprising intolerance for such comments during a period of national crisis.

2001 books


9.11.01 : African American leaders respond to an American tragedy / edited by Martha Simmons and Frank A. Thomas. Valley Forge : Judson Press, c2001.


After 9/11 : solutions for a saner world / [edited by Don Hazen ... et. al.]. San Francisco, Calif. :, c2001.

The age of terror : America and the world after September 11 / edited by Strobe Talbott and Nayan Chanda. New York : Basic Books : Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, c2001.

Because we are Americans : what we discovered on September 11, 2001 / edited by Jesse Kornbluth and Jessica Papin. New York : Warner Books, 2001.


Summary: This is a book for all of us who need to remember and be inspired anew by our response to that terrible day. This collection--made up of postings on the Internet, words from our leaders and the media, testimonials from survivors, and more--captures what we felt and what we did: the fears and prayers we shared, and acts of kindness and heroism we performed that transformed our nation.


Brotherhood / text by Tony Hendra ; introduction by Frank McCourt.  New York, N.Y. : American Express Pub. Corp. : Distributed by Sterling Pub. Co., c2001.

Civilization under attack : September 11, 2001 & beyond : an astrological perspective / edited by Stephanie Jean Clement. St. Paul, Minn.: Llewellyn Publications, 2001.



The day that shook the world : understanding September 11th / edited by Jenny Baxter and Malcolm Downing. London : BBC Worldwide, 2001.


Contents: Ground zero / Stephan Evans -- Shaking the foundations / George Alagiah -- America the unloved / Brian Hanrahan -- The mind of the terrorist / Fergal Keane -- Inside the terror network / Gordon Corera -- Washington readies for war / Paul Reynolds -- Afghanistan's tragedy / John Simpson -- Musharraf's motives / Mike Wooldridge -- The street, the state and the mosque : a Middle East dilemma / Barnaby Mason -- Israelis and Palestinians in the aftershock / Orla Guerin-- Putin's opportunity / Bridget Kendall -- Blair steps forward / Andrew Marr -- Earthquake in the global economy / Jeff Randall -- Fighting an unending war / Jonathan Marcus -- A new world order? / Allan Little.


How did this happen? : terrorism and the new war / edited by James F. Hoge, and Gideon Rose. New York : PublicAffairs, c2001.



Let it stand / Pamela Reeves. Spiritwood, Sask. : One Act Play Depot, c2001.


Newyorkseptembereleventwothousandone / a de.MO project ; [created and designed by Giorgio Baravalle ; editors, Giorgio Baravalle and Cari Modine with the collaboration of Ambreen Qureshi]. Millbrook, N.Y. : de.MO [design.Method of Operation Ltd.] ; Cincinnati, Ohio : F&W Publications [Distributor], 2001.


Contents:Includes brief essays by Samantha Appleton, Uri Avnery, Anna Cataldi, Alan Chin, Noam Chomsky, Deepak Chopra, Mehdi Dadgarian, Richard Dreyfuss, Gary Fabiano, Thomas L. Friedman, Amitav Ghosh, Encho Gospodinov, Mohsin Hamid, Deborah Hardt, Ruth Hartmann, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Michael Kors, Martine Maurin, Jacques Menasche, Matthew Modine, Bill Moyers, Liam Neeson, Paul Owen, Joan Rivers, Salman Rushdie, Carl Sagan, Luc Sante, Julian Schnabel, Shashi Tharoor, Blaine and Robert Trump.


New York September 11 / by Magnum photographers ; introduction by David Halberstam. New York : PowerHouse Books, 2001.



The rage and the pride / Oriana Fallaci.  New York : Rizzoli, 2002, c2001.  Originally published as: La rabbia e l'orgoglio. Milan : Rizzoli, 2001.



Sept.11, 2001 A time for heroes : a tribute to American faith, guts, and patriotism / Lance Wubbels. Shippensburg, PA : Treasure House, c2001.


Contents: September 11, 2001 -- "Today, our nation saw evil" -- United Airlines Flight 93 -- The man who vowed "to do something" -- The man they called a patriot -- The man who said, "Let's roll!" -- Who are our heros? -- Firefighters -- Police -- Good Samaritans -- One story among a thousand -- How then shall we live? -- We dare not back down -- Last thoughts -- How firm a foundation -- How you can help -- Endnotes.



September 11 : context and consequences : an anthology / edited by Misha Klein and Adrian McIntyre.  Berkeley, CA : Copy Central, [2001]



War on America : seen from the Indian Ocean / by James R. Mancham. St. Paul, Minn. : Paragon House, 2001, c2002.


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