A new documentary chronicling the post Sept. 11, 2011 development of Downtown will soon make its debut at Lincoln Center. "16 Acres," a 90-minute film delving into the political tensions surrounding the redevelopment of ground zero after the 2001 World Trade Center attacks, will premiere October 18 at the 2012 Architecture & Design Film Festival at the Allen Room in Lincoln Center. Director Richard Hankin, who began working on the project in March 2011, said that exploring the conflicting perspectives of those who were instrument. More.
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