A new documentary film gives viewers an intimate, insider's look at Koudelka's photographic process as he works in Israel and the West Bank.
Koudelka Shooting Holy Land, a new documentary film making its U.S. debut today at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (and showing again this Sunday, July 31), gives viewers an opportunity to watch Koudelka photograph in Israel and the West Bank from his assistant’s perspective
Friday night I rented this documentary and watched it at home. My wife loved it, felt it had an important message about man’s impact on the environment, and was really taken by Edward Burtynsky’s photographs. I felt differently: if I ever wanted to make photography seem boring to a bunch of students, to discourage them from getting into the field, this is the film I would show them
There’s a long moment of dread near the beginning of Sebastian Junger’s new film about the life and death of Tim Hetherington. A video camera pans around a car full of journalists covering the uprising in Libya in April 2011. Hetherington and Chris Hondro