Sebastian Junger delivers a worthy companion piece to 'Restrepo' with this more reflective dispatch from the front lines of Afghanistan.
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Sebastian Junger's docu "Which Way Is the Front Line From Here?" offers a moving requiem for his "Restrepo" co-director, the late photojournalist and filmmaker Tim Hetherington.
Two years ago, Goldcrest exec director Nick Quested and his board of directors took a hard look at the global entertainment marketplace and the opportunities their 35-year-old production and…
Sebastian Junger said Tim Hetherington, with whom he co-directed "Restrepo," "devoted his life to documenting the human cost of war, and now he has become part of that cost."
"Restrepo" director Tim Hetherington was killed Wednesday while working in Libya. He was 40.
British production companies Mann Made Films and Rosebud Pictures are developing thriller "Black Money" and have tapped Adrian Vitoria to direct from his own screenplay.
The Directors Guild of America has selected five nominees for its documentary award.