A person falls headfirst from the north tower of New York's World Trade Center, 11 Sept., 2001.
AP Photo/Richard Drew
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All are included in a multimedia project featuring Time magazine's most influential images of all time, released Thursday through a new book, videos and a website.Many of the photos or frames from films are familiar, engrained in the collective conscious, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Falling Man," taken on Sept. 11, by the Associated Press' Richard Drew.The magazine's editors consulted historians and photo editors and curators around the world, while Time staff interviewed the photographers, picture subjects, friends and family to write essays on each image.So is Frame 313 of the amateur, 8-mm film shot by Abraham Zapruder of John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963 .
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