Brotherhood means laying down your life for somebody, really willing to sacrifice yourself for somebody else.— Tim Hetherington
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Making an independent documentary film is so hard that usually, the usual model is that your film becomes a model for advocacy, so you can enlist that support group and get as much juice out of your film as possible. That's just practically, financially, what you need to do.
The military has a very prickly relationship with the press.
I'm very open to any visual conceits and any possibilities at my disposal to be better explain to people the ideas I'm exploring.
The best way to get Americans to focus on what's happening in Afghanistan is by using the example of their own.
I have a set of images that go around the world in an art gallery installation.
Each of them have different audiences, and they kind of each elucidate the subject in a slightly different way, and they ping off of each other.
It's funny, the old media idea is very segmented, like "this is my territory and this is yours." But media is changing. You're at a point now where people can start to move into different forms.
Liberia is not at the center of a massive geopolitical game.
Afghanistan is and has always been. The history is dramatic, the politics are dramatic, the landscape is incredibly dramatic.