Remembering Tim Hetherington, Four Years On

By Tom Seymour

The film begins with Tim Hetherington trying to describe why he risks his life to tell stories from some of the world’s most dangerous regions, the British-born photographer-turned-filmmaker eventually answering: “I want to connect with real people, to document them in real circumstances, where there aren’t any neat solutions.”

We then cut to footage he filmed in Misrata, Libya, on the morning of 20 April 2011. The country is in the midst of civil war, and the city is under siege by troops loyal to Colonel Gaddafi. The Bee Gees’ How Deep is Your Love plays on the radio as we’re …read more

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