Forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi clashed with rebels in Misrata. The fighting killed at least five people, including “Restrepo” director Tim Hetherington, who was documenting front-line fighting. Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News reports from Tripoli on the latest developments in Libya. Continue reading
Margaret Warner talks to New York Times journalists Anthony Shadid and Lynsey Addario about their recent captivity in Libya while they were covering heavy fighting in the country. Continue reading
Photographer Alec Soth showcased his work in Minneapolis’ Walker Art Center, including exhibits entitled “33 Movie Theaters and a Funeral Home” and “Broken Manual.” Twin Cities Public Television profiled him, and it’s part of our NewsHour Connect series highlighting public media reporting from around the nation. Continue reading
Photographer Alec Soth is preparing to showcase his work in Minneapolis’ Walker Art Center, including exhibits entitled “33 Movie Theaters and a Funeral Home” and “Broken Manual.” Twin Cities Public Television profiled him, and it’s part of our NewsHour Connect series highlighting public media reporting from around the nation. Continue reading
In 2007 and 2008, British photojournalist and filmmaker Tim Hetherington traveled to the Korengal Valley in northeastern Afghanistan to capture images of American soldiers serving in the war — not just in combat, but also relaxing, playing, sleeping. His photographs are now collected as a new book titled “Infidel.”
Delaware movie projectionist Gordon Brinckle had an extraordinary secret: Over the course of nearly 50 years, he created a miniature movie palace in his basement that he called the Shalimar. Photographer Kendall Messick has published a new book of photographs documenting his theater.
A young photographer for Juarez’s El Diario newspaper was gunned down as he walked to lunch, prompting his newspaper to ask of Mexico’s drug cartels on the front page what they expect of journalists. Ray Suarez speaks with Angela Kocherga of Belo Television about the latest killing and the effects on drug war media coverage. Continue reading
Photographer Richard Misrach went to New Orleans and the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina to capture images of the messages people had left on buildings and cars in graffiti when they didn’t have any other way to express themselves. His work is now on display in Houston and New Orleans. Continue reading