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War Photographer
A film by Christian Frei

96 minutes, documentary, color, English & German w/ subtitles, 2001


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Synopsis

The great photojournalist Robert Capa said "If your pictures aren't good enough, you're not close enough." James Nachtwey, a committed, shy man, considered one of the bravest and most important war photographers of our time, has been close enough for over 20 years - a period in which he has not missed a single war.

War Photographer follows Nachtwey for two years to hot spots including Kosovo, the West Bank, and Indonesia, as he searches for a picture he thinks he can publish. Special video micro-cameras were attached to Nachtwey's still camera, a technique which allowed viewers, for the first time in the history of movies about photographers, the most intimate insight into the work of a photojournalist.

ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE! Best Documentary Feature


Reviews

"Startling...engrossing! See the world through Nachtwey's eyes." - The New York Times

" Eloquent...extraordinary!" - San Francisco Chronicle

"A remarkable film about a remarkable man." - Los Angeles Times

"Startling immediacy." - NY Daily News

"A great photojournalist and a genuine hero." - New York Magazine

"An instant classic." - Variety


Recommended Reading

Inferno by James Nachtwey

Humanity in War: 150 years of the Red Cross in Photographs by James Nachtwey and Caroline Moorehead


Disc Features

●  Interviews with James Nachtwey & director Christian Frei
●  Optional English / Spanish / French / German / Italian subtitles


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