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

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.

Witness: TV Review

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

Witness: Libya: Venice review

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

‘Restrepo’ Co-Director May Never Return To A War Zone

"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…

Why Tim Hetherington Risked His Life for His Art

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

5 Facts About Slain ‘Restrepo’ Co-Director Tim Hetherington

The photojournalist-filmmaker was killed Wednesday in Libya.

Tim Hetherington, ‘Restrepo’ Co-Director, Killed in Libya

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

James Franco on the Oscars: ‘Who Cares?’

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."

Filmmakers Risked Their Lives to Shoot ‘Restrepo’

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