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Producer sees World
Trade Center rescuers’
Christ-like compassion

Star-Bulletin staff

Local film producer Dale Radomski found Christ-like significance in the efforts of rescue workers at the World Trade Center tragedy.

His video "Ground Zero's Heroes" will be unveiled at 9:30 p.m. today on 'Olelo cable television channel 54.

The 13-minute film will be shown again at 10 p.m. tomorrow, 7:30 a.m. Monday and 8 p.m. Tuesday.

"It looks at how people reacted. The heroes come on the scene just like Jesus came, as a person who wanted to help people out," Radomski said.

"I compare the pain and suffering of the crucifixion, compared with people who had no way of escape." He said he filmed at the New York site two months after the Sept. 11 attack.

Radomski has produced and directed several Christian-themed films through his nonprofit J Files Production Co. He said he was awarded his third Telly Award earlier this year for a video about moral decay.

He won two earlier awards in the national competition, which recognizes excellence in non-network films and commercials.

The awards in the inspirational film category were for "Nephilim: The Mind Game" and for "Damien: In the Footsteps of Christ," both of which were shown on Oceanic cable television.

Radomski also works as a stunt coordinator with R.E.M. Productions in Los Angeles, most recently in a film, "The Trial," to be released later this year.

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