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Two years after his death, Tim Hetherington is the subject of a new HBO documentary, Which Way is the Front Line From Here?, which sheds light on his motivations as a photojournalist and filmmaker, and...
Photojournalism 18 Apr 2013
Photographer Lauren Greenfield won the US Directing Award at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival for her latest documentary The Queen of Versailles. Interview
Documentary 24 Dec 2012
The Photoreporter International Festival has opened in Saint-Brieuc, France, showcasing 15 recipients of its photography grants used to produce new bodies of work
Festivals 25 Oct 2012
In less than two years, 6Mois has established itself as a high-quality French magazine that uses photography to tell the story of today's society. But, for photographers, it's even more than that. Olivier...
Magazines 24 Sep 2012
Newsprint is increasingly popular among photographers, offering a cheap and effective way to publish a story, while reaching a larger audience. Olivier Laurent speaks with photographers who have embraced...
Newspapers 18 Jul 2012
Dyke of Our Time, a candid look at contemporary gay women, won BJP's first Best in Show at Free Range this year
Competitions 20 Jun 2012
Gemma Padley reviews the 2012 Guernsey Photography Festival, which features work by Mark Power, Ricardo Cases, Anastasia Taylor-Lind and Ivor Prickett and is open until 22 June.
Festivals 06 Jun 2012
Home has been an enduring subject for photographers over the years. Robin Maddock, whose second book, God Forgotten Face, focuses on Plymouth – a place he’d never lived in, but with which he has a...
Documentary 16 May 2012
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