9/11: One Day In America

6 x 60 for National Geographic
September 2021

In official collaboration with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, this documentary series is told through the eyes and testimony of those caught up in the events of September 11, 2001. A detailed account of that day, the films shine a light on the resilience, kindness and bravery that human beings are capable of when tested in such extreme and difficult circumstances.

WINNER – Broadcast Awards 2022- (Best Documentary Series)

NOMINATED- RTS Programme Awards 2022- (Best Documentary Series)

“‘9/11: One Day in America’ Filmmakers on Showcasing the ‘Best and Worst of Humanity’” – Variety

“9/11: One Day in America” is the product of a massive undertaking, involving sorting through 951 hours of archival footage, including shots never seen before on TV, to build out a narrative of that day told by those who survived it, and in chronological order [ and] takes us inside the terror attacks with those who survived them.”- Salon.com

…”[The] film works so well because of the way its pieced together and the willingness to let the archive material and survivor’s voices tell the story in their own words. 9/11: One Day in America is a powerful and moving account of one of the darkest days in modern American history.”  – Sheffield Doc Fest

Executive Producers: David Glover, Dan Lindsay and TJ Martin

Series Director: Daniel Bogado

Series Producer: Caroline Marsden

Consultant Executive Producer: Steve Humphries

Story Consultant: Joe Bini

Producers: Julian Jones and Ella Wright

Editors: Chris Nicholls, Sam Bergson, Audinga Kucinskaite and Dan Lavender

Production Executive: Melanie Bines

Line Producer: Christina Lee Graham

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