This project is in honor of all those who have passed on February 26th, 1993 and September 11th, 2001. The World Trade Center: Historical Archive is a series of video montages that will show the history of the World Trade Center site, from the 1968 construction of the original Trade Center to the completion of the new Trade Center in 2015.
This project is strictly non-profit and is for viewing only. This project has no political subtext what-so-ever. It will simply exist as an archive for future generations to view who are interested in learning about the World Trade Center in a historical context. Visit the World Trade Center Commemoration YouTube Forum.
TRIBUTE IN LIGHT, 09/11/2016
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This project would not be possible without the extraordinary talent, courtesy and contribution from the following photographers, media agencies, producers, news organizations, government institutions, and artists: The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey; WTC Memorial Foundation National September 11 Memorial & Museum; National Institute of Standards and Technology: Freedom of Information Act (1966); Piranha NYC GiroudPichot; PanMedia Design; dbox, Inc.; Google; TheMKMonarch Squared Design Lab LLC; New York City Fire Department; New York City Police Department; Michael IJsbrand Rogge; John Floyd Sr.; via ClipShot.com; Google; Leiv Parton; NBC4 News Broadcast; Park Foreman Pavel; Hlava Eric Teed; CBS News; A. Shapiro; Richard Peskin; Mark Molesworth; WABC-TV; Luigi Cazzaniga; PBS Channel 4 News; William Cirone; Marty Glembotzky; WABC-TV; Keith Lopez; WPIX-TV; Tami Michaels; Guy Rosbrook; Jules Naudet; Gedeon Naudet; 9/11/2011 Tribute in Light Footage courtesy of: Jonathan Riemer; New York PanMedia Design Director; nypanmedia; Ben Leshchinsky; Motion Picture references: Dog Day Afternoon (1975) Three Days of the Condor (1975) The French Connection II (1975) Escape From New York (1981) The Sentinel (1977) The Killing Fields (1984) Going in Style (1979) Bonfire of the Vanities (1989) The Dream Team (1989) Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) Working Girl (1988) Path To Paradise (1997) Winged Migration (2001) World Trade Center (2006) The FBI Files: WTC Bombing 1993 PBS: Building the World Trade Center PBS: Center of the World-New York Music references: Titanic: Symphonic Poem Composer: Matthieu Gonet Source Composer: James Horner Titanic Love Theme James Last and Orchestra Source Composer: James Horner Look Down, Lord Composer: John Williams Hymn for Those Left Behind by Shannon Moore Letting Go Composer: Michael Giacchino Mescaline and Going Somewhere Composer: Abel Korzeniowski & Shigeru Umebayashi Classic Love At the Movies: Titanic by Prague Philharmonia