44 LIGHTS: Music From Ground Zero – dir. Barbara Blackburn Tuttle

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Original Film Title: 44 LIGHTS: Music From Ground Zero

Director’s Name: Barbara Blackburn Tuttle

Writer’s Name: Barbara Blackburn Tuttle, Tim Tuttle

Producer: Joe Romeo, David Wakefield

Country of Origin: United States

Country of Filming: United States

Language: English

Runtime: 1 hour 7 minutes

Film Description:

On September 11th, 2001, Tim Tuttle walked out of the World Trade Center in New York City at 830 am. Ten minutes later the world changed forever. Tim lost 35 friends and neighbors that tragic Tuesday morning. That night he wrote a song to try and explain the unimaginable loss he had witnessed. He wasn’t a professional musician but he went into the studio to record it 3 weeks later. One song turned into 2 CDs. On the first anniversary of the tragedy Tim and a few real musicians got together to commemorate the day. One concert turned into 20 annual music memorials as “Music From Ground Zero” rose up from the ashes. Healing though music.

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