This show was produced by Hillmann & Carr for the Oklahoma City Memorial & Museum. We used a combination of first person testimony and archival news footage to tell the story of how Oklahoma and rescuers from across the nation responded to the attack on the Murrah Building in 1995.
I was the editor for this film. It previously won a Bronze Telly, and this weekend was the winner of the TIVA Peer Awards Bronze for Editing. What makes this impressive is that this show was cut on Avid, which is more like a torture device than an editing package.