Sep 9, 2011
From staff reports
In observance of the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the documentary film "9/12, From Chaos to Community" will be shown at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, in Baker University Center Ballroom B.
According to the film's website, (the film) represents where, how and with whom the healing process for the United States people began.
The website also states, "Using cinema verite footage, interviews and archival photographs, we follow several characters through a series of events reuniting them with each other after the closing of the site. Through their stories we present a portrait of the city within a city that was Ground Zero, and examine how an extremely diverse group of people transcended politics and culture in an effort to heal their city and themselves."
Susanna Styron, director and co-writer of the critically acclaimed Columbia Pictures 60-minute feature film, will host a question-and-answer period following the viewing of the film.