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Topic - Tim Hetherington
Sebastian Junger wishes his latest Sundance Film Festival documentary never had to be made.
Christie's New York City auction house will hold a sale of photo prints to benefit the children of a South African photojournalist who was killed covering the Libyan uprising last year.
The Hollywood movie "Act of Valor" — the nation's No. 1 box-office attraction, starring real Navy SEALs — has put the spotlight on the U.S. military's post-Sept. 11, 2001, love affair with the media.
One of the makers of an Oscar-nominated war documentary says the death in Libya of his friend and co-director is making him rethink his future plans.
An aid ship on Thursday ferried the bodies of two Western photojournalists out of the besieged Libyan city of Misrata after they were killed and two others working alongside them were wounded while covering battles between rebels and government forces.
Lucy Walker is more worried about gussying up for the 83rd annual Academy Awards than worrying about whether Banksy will make his mark on Sunday's ceremony. The director of the transformative garbage dump chronicle "Waste Land" is among the nominees facing the infamously elusive street artist for the documentary feature Oscar.
An award-winning documentary about the war in Afghanistan is refocusing attention from the generals leading the war to the soldiers on the front lines.
Hetherington said many families say after seeing the film that they understand better why some soldiers struggle to discuss their wartime experiences.
"We set out to make a film that doesn't bring our own political opinions into play, doesn't draw out an obvious political narrative," Hetherington said during a recent screening at Fort Campbell, Ky., on the Tennessee line. "We can reach both to the left and the right."