Finding the sacred at ground zero

A poignant clip from the film Scared Sacred shot in the days just after 9/11

IN THE DAYS after September 11, 2001, filmmaker Velcrow Ripper was on his own journey to the ground zeros of the world. Hiroshima, Cambodia, Bhopal and suddenly New York City. The sad irony was not lost on him.

Velcrow was able to capture the darkness of the moment, as well as the light, ultimately culminating in his feature doc Scared Sacred.

In honour of the 10 year anniversary, heres a look back at the scene.

10 years later, the director is back in New York, and released this video message reflecting on the zeitgeist of our times.

What do you think weve learned, if anything, in the 10 years since 9/11?


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