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|Antonio M.Rosario -9.11 Videographer .; Professional videographer.|
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|prishep||May 14 2010, 04:57 AM Post #1|
Antonio M.Rosario- Professional videographer .
Extended the first hour. http://vimeo.com/6533865
Second hour. North Tower ''Collapse'' http://vimeo.com/6538823
2nd hit Spiegel -- He goes into the past.
''This is the first hour of the 9/11 attacks, as seen from my window at the time. Significant events happen in the first minute of the video (second plane hitting the south tower), at 39:00 when the south tower collapses and at about 52:00 when the north tower collapses.
Listening to my voice on that day, and the background newscasts, are the most chilling part of this video, IMO.
Sorry for the watermark. Too many have tried to steal this video''
''Thanks to Matt for the link http://vimeo.com/ ''
|Matt||May 14 2010, 08:36 AM Post #2|
Thanks to you who found the new "millertime83" 2nd hit explosion/1st collapse video and I only searched the name in the credits and found another version on vimeo.com!
Good find. Now a new name for the shot!
|YougeneDebs||May 14 2010, 06:37 PM Post #3|
Looks like 8th Ave at St John's PLace, Brooklyn.
And don't you dare call it Millertime!
Edited by YougeneDebs, May 14 2010, 06:38 PM.
|YougeneDebs||May 14 2010, 07:19 PM Post #4|
Good eye, prishep; that's got "Speigel" written all over it.
Edited by YougeneDebs, May 14 2010, 07:22 PM.
|Matt||May 14 2010, 07:30 PM Post #5|
|Matt||May 14 2010, 08:41 PM Post #6|
So... Rosario's video was in the PBS-NOVA-BBC 2002 production of "Why the Towers Fell" and BNNtv (CameraPlanet Archive) was credited... no Rosario. Same for the 1st "collapse" appearance in the 2006 Nat'l Geographic "Inside 9/11" - CameraPlanet got the credit. But in the 2006 PBS-NOVA-BBC "Building on Ground Zero" neither was credited... see http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/wtc/credits.html .. where it says "'Inferno' Images: (plane approaching South Tower, plane hitting South Tower, fireball at South Tower, North Tower as fire progressed, South Tower) © BBC." Maybe that was a mistake since most of the same footage came straight from their 2002 "Why the Towers Fell."
Rosario's name is in the credits of HBO's 2002 "In Memoriam..." (so is BNNtv.com)... where his WTC 2 "collapse" video played for 1 second.
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