Posts Tagged ‘Tim Hetherington’

Short Film Theater: Tim Hetherington’s ‘Diary’

— by BEV QUESTAD — Stacato shots, gasping breaths, sirens, honking, shouts, dangerous car rides, unintelligible voices in distress, chaos. Impressionist film collage and war poetry. “Diary” begins with a barrier, a light silken curtain, that obscures vision. A fan whirs, perhaps to f[...]

In Tribute to Tim Hetherington

— by BEV QUESTAD — Being a war correspondent sounds like a wildly romantic, adventurous life. Any day may be your last, so each moment is precious and lived to the fullest. However, living life on the edge, unarmed, in the constant line of fire and in the constant midst of human terror, [...]

Under Review: ‘Restrepo’

— by BEV QUESTAD — This film is a Rorschach test that reports what your heart truly feels about the U.S. war in Afghanistan. Outraged, appalled, sickened and disgusted. That’s what I felt after viewing “Restrepo.” Is that how I also really feel about the war? This is what I saw: a [...]