To live better and be better, one must take action. And although doing good deeds will not always be easy, reaping what lies on the other side of goodness remains to be one of the most rewarding experiences one can have. For Paul Eliacin, one of the valiant first responders during the tragic 9/11 attack, it was when he worked himself to the bone by rescuing others that he was able to find the real meaning of life. But more importantly, it was through God that he emerged triumphant in his battles.
Through his selfless efforts on that fateful day, he has proven that it is only in moving from one brave action to another that one can attain genuine gratification. New Yorkers always come together in time of needs, like the beautiful story of the film industry selflessly helping in ground zero by donating generator lights, grip stands, cables. local #52 IATSE motion picture studio mechanics. Along with local 817 IBT, theatrical teamsters did just that. the very same thing that they do each and every day on a movie set: lighting the pile so that the firefighters could see at night to save lives.
Taking the reins on Up in Harlem, LLC, an independently owned company located in the newly diversified community of Harlem, Paul serves as a beacon for aspiring and young filmmakers. He has worked on various movies such as Boomerang, One Fine Day, Conspiracy Theory, Men in Black, and First Wives Club, to name a few.
Moreover, Paul exhibited his outstanding talent as a reliable theatrical teamster assisting the set dresser for TV shows law and order svu. Where he has been assigned to for 20, years. Also, New York Undercover, Sopranos, Law and Order, Law and Order: Criminal Intent. And adding to his long list of accomplishments, the enterprising filmmaker has also gained recognition for being the field producer of the now-defunct The Week in Review, a highly rated political talk show that aired on WRKS-FM in New York City.
Further strengthening his name in the film industry, Paul will soon be streaming his latest film, Up in Harlem, which will be featuring Ice-T. The urban action film will be about a family struggling to survive the ghetto and will be highlighting the pressing need for a positive change in society.
Today, Paul Eliacin is prominently known for his exceptional works as a filmmaker. However, much of his success can significantly be attributed to what he had gone through during the September 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center twin towers. Had it not been for the misfortune he endured that time, he would not have realized the importance of acting on his courageous instincts.
As a survivor, Paul was able to acquire five-hour-long raw footage of the attack and over three hundred photos. He hopes to use this never-before-seen compilation to a tv network for the 20th anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil. The not-yet-titled work will commemorate the various acts of bravery shown that day. And in line with his mission, Paul looks forward to partnering with a TV network to create a life-changing docuseries. If interested he says please contact me at the below information.
Paul suffered a great deal when he decided to help out at Ground Zero during the rescue efforts. Paul’s heroism and steadfast faith helped save precious lives that held millions of dreams. And with God, Paul reminds others that anything is possible as long as they believe.
“I hope my experience will inspire others to do the same, and more. The message I am sending is that you put God first in everything you do; he will help you take a positive step in the right direction. Trust me on this, I am the perfect example of redemption in action,” Paul stated.
In this life, nothing can haunt a person more than shrugging off the chance to save someone. It may take a lot of courage to think of anyone other than oneself, but a brave act can make all the difference. Brave people like Paul Eliacin make the world worth living in.