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  1. Which Way Is the Front Line From Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington: Sundance Review

    4:53 pm 1/24/2013

    Sebastian Junger's film for HBO is a stirring tribute to his co-director on the Oscar-nominated "Restrepo," who was killed in 2011 while covering the conflict in Libya.Read more

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  2. Witness: TV Review

    9:00 am 11/2/2012

    Executive produced by Michael Mann and David Frankham, the miniseries captures first-hand the experience of three photographers in war zones. Read more

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  3. Witness: Libya: Venice review

    4:13 pm 9/17/2012

    From executive producer Michael Mann, the first of a four-part HBO series on war photographers, premiering at the Venice Film FestivalRead more

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  4. 'Restrepo' Co-Director May Never Return To A War Zone

    4:03 pm 5/7/2011

    “Tim took the wind out of my sails,” Sebastian Junger said Saturday in Toronto about the tragic death of war photojournalist/filmmaker Tim Hetherington on April 20 due to a rocket or mortar attack in Libya. Read more

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  5. Why Tim Hetherington Risked His Life for His Art

    6:08 pm 4/22/2011

    The Oscar nominated "Restrepo" co-director was killed this week in Libya.Read more

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  6. 5 Facts About Slain 'Restrepo' Co-Director Tim Hetherington

    12:27 pm 4/20/2011

    The photojournalist-filmmaker was killed Wednesday in Libya.Read more

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  7. Tim Hetherington, 'Restrepo' Co-Director, Killed in Libya

    10:34 am 4/20/2011

    Photographer Chris Hondros also seriously wounded in mortar attack in Misrata.Read more

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  8. James Franco on the Oscars: 'Who Cares?'

    3:29 pm 2/15/2011

    Oscars, schmoscars. What James Franco cares about is being a Venice Biennale artist, and bonding with fellow Academy Award-nominated art star Tim Hetherington, codirector of "Restrepo."Read more

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  9. Filmmakers Risked Their Lives to Shoot 'Restrepo'

    2:52 pm 1/12/2011

    Tim Hetherington and Sebastian Junger survived Afghanistan and then the film business for their documentary, which pays off in award nom.Read more

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