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The FDNY Foundation and the FDNY have stepped into the world of film. Our first, entitled My Father's House was released October 17, 2017 and tells one of the many stories of the lasting impact of the 23rd Street Fire, the Department's deadliest day before September 11th. From looking back on important historical events to looking forward to the future of the Department, these films offer viewers the opportunity to look at a wide range of events through the eyes of the FDNY and its members.

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My Father’s House

A Daughter's Story. A Department's Tradition. A Chance Meeting

FDNY Pro Films proudly presents our first feature on one of the many stories of the lasting impact of the 23rd Street Fire, the deadliest day for the Department prior to September 11, 2001. On October 17, 1966, 12 of New York’s Bravest died when the floor they were standing on collapsed into the basement of the Wonder Drugstore while they were operating at 6 East 23rd Street. This film tells the story of Lieutenant Joseph Priore’s daughter Christine who was only 6 months old at the time of his death and how a chance encounter later in life brought her to her father’s firehouse in Manhattan.The film is narrated by news anchor and longtime friend to the FDNY and FDNY Foundation, Rosanna Scotto.

Please note, this film is available to all current FDNY Pro subscribers. Proceeds support the lifesaving mission of the FDNY and FDNY Foundation. Sign-up here.

Run time: 16 minutes

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