9/11: One Day In America is a new six-part National Geographic documentary series, which chronicles the events of September 11th – at times minute by minute – through gripping first-person narratives of the first responders and survivors who were there. Made in official partnership with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum to commemorate the 20th anniversary, this limited documentary series offers a comprehensive account of the tragic day in unprecedented detail, using some never-before-seen archival footage and new, original interviews with eye-witnesses two decades on.
Procam Take 2’s New York office proudly supported the filming, supplying ARRI Alexa Mini cameras, Atlas Orion Anamorphic lenses, lighting, and grip equipment, as well as crew, including a DOP, DIT, AC, Sound Op, Location Assistants and Drivers.
9/11: One Day In America is produced by 72 Films for National Geographic. Dan Lindsay, T.J. Martin and David Glover are executive producers; Joe Bini is story consultant, and Caroline Marsden is series producer for 72 Films. Carolyn Payne is executive producer for National Geographic. The series is directed by Daniel Bogado and edited by Chris Nicholls, Audinga Kucinskaite, Dan Lavender and Sam Bergson. Music is composed by David Schweitzer.
The series will air on National Geographic in the US over four consecutive nights, beginning Sunday August 29 at 9/8c, and episodes will be available to stream the next day on Hulu.
In the UK, viewers can watch from Tuesday August 31 to Friday September 4 at 9pm on National Geographic UK - Sky (129), Virgin Media (266), BT (317), TalkTalk (317), NOW TV & TV Player.
Watch the trailer below: