Director and screen writer Robert Randall films a shot of actress Rachelle Krebs on Friday in a scene for an upcoming TV movie about 9/11. (Amy Vogelsang Photo)
The lights are on, the camera is set and the airline passengers and flight attendants are all in position.
The day is once again Sept. 11, 2001. Many people have stories about the heroic acts of individuals during the traumatic events in New York City, but so many of those stories have never been told.
Now, 12 years later, a man is attempting to use a camera to recreate a dramatization of that day on screen in order to share stories of some of the unspoken heroes.
From a subway operator who manually unlocked each door and saved hundreds by backing out of the World Trade Towers before they collapsed to a man who Login to read more