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5:30 Welcome with Kyle Bergman and Gaby Suarez

AIA Film Challenge

5:33 Short Film - Improves Public Health in Underserved Communities

5:35 Short Film- Designed to Last

5:39 Short Film - A Path to Net Zero

5:47 Short Film - Aaron Ackerman: The Living Building Challenge

5:40 Feature Film - Leaning Out

6:45 Live Q&A

This is the story of Leslie Robertson, the lead structural engineer of the World Trade Center, a man who oversaw the construction of the tallest building on the planet at the time, and is haunted by its collapse and the events of 9/11. This bond with humanity solidified his place in American history. It’s a film about innovation, wind engineering and visionary collaborations. It's a film about Robertson, the pacifist/activist and his fight for human rights. And finally, it’s a film about the woman engineer who loved and emboldened him, expanded his worldview and ultimately saved him.

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    59 minutes
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    United States