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Project rebirth is a community for veterans, first responders who have been affected by the disaster of 9/11 project rebirth is launching a documentary film series that will be featured in the 9/11 memorial museum. New york, may 19, 2014 /prnewswire/ -- 'rebirth at ground zero' opens at the national 9/11 museum - a work a dozen years in the making, honoring the. In 2012, the national film registry selected samsara: death and rebirth in cambodia for preservation as part of an annual set of 25 films. News, discussion and information about the national september 11 memorial & museum 911 documentary film, project rebirth, debuts at sundance jan 13 2011.Download