The angry face just pulled me in…

The angry face just pulled me in…

c. Gene Danenhower Photography

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c. Gene Danenhower Photography

enginekid88photos:

NICK KNIGHT (B. 1958) - Susie Smoking, 1988

enginekid88photos:

NICK KNIGHT (B. 1958) - Susie Smoking, 1988

6 Days East, Part II

c. Gene Danenhower Photography

6 Days East, Part I

c. Gene Danenhower Photography

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70 years ago today

70 years ago today

valentinovamp:

"You are the sum total of everything you’ve ever seen, heard, eaten, smelled, been told, forgot - it’s all there. Everything influences each of us, and because of that I try to make sure that my experiences are positive." - Rest in Peace, Maya Angelou. You may be gone from this Earth, but your words will always be remembered..<3

michaeldavidfriberg:

ahetherington:

A note from Sebastian Junger:

I’m writing to let you know that my next film, KORENGAL, is about to come out on May 30th in New York. Tim and I had planned to make a follow-up to Restrepo, but a few weeks after going to the Oscars, Tim was killed in Libya while covering the civil war. I teamed up with our original editor and continued the project anyway. Restrepo was intended to give civilians an idea of what combat feels like; KORENGAL is completely different. It is meant to help soldiers – and civilians - understand the experience of war. How does fear work? What is courage? Why do so many soldiers miss the war? Why is it so hard to come home?
KORENGAL is completely self-financed and self-released. The upside is that no one could tell us how to make our film; the downside is that it is incredibly hard – and expensive – to get an independent film to hit critical mass and go nationwide. But that is exactly what we are going to try to do. If we sell out the Sunshine Theater (Houston and First Avenue) on opening weekend (May 29-June 1), Landmark will take our film nationwide. It will be a real victory for independent film – and for the whole national conversation about war and its aftermath.
In addition, a ticket stub from the film will get you a free beer or house wine at the Half King (23rd Street and Tenth Avenue ) on opening weekend.
Obviously the daytime shows are the hardest to fill, so if you can go to those instead of an evening show, that would be fantastic. Thank you so much for your support. I can’t wait to hear what you think of our film.
Thank you so much for your support. I can’t wait to hear what you think of our film.”
Sebastian 

Go here to purchase tickets…

If you are in NYC go to this. I have so much respect for what Sebastian and Tim did with restrepo. Making nuanced media about war is no easy feat and in a day and age where photojournalism has basically turned into war porn, we need more stuff like this.

michaeldavidfriberg:

ahetherington:

A note from Sebastian Junger:

I’m writing to let you know that my next film, KORENGAL, is about to come out on May 30th in New York. Tim and I had planned to make a follow-up to Restrepo, but a few weeks after going to the Oscars, Tim was killed in Libya while covering the civil war. I teamed up with our original editor and continued the project anyway. Restrepo was intended to give civilians an idea of what combat feels like; KORENGAL is completely different. It is meant to help soldiers – and civilians - understand the experience of war. How does fear work? What is courage? Why do so many soldiers miss the war? Why is it so hard to come home?

KORENGAL is completely self-financed and self-released. The upside is that no one could tell us how to make our film; the downside is that it is incredibly hard – and expensive – to get an independent film to hit critical mass and go nationwide. But that is exactly what we are going to try to do. If we sell out the Sunshine Theater (Houston and First Avenue) on opening weekend (May 29-June 1), Landmark will take our film nationwide. It will be a real victory for independent film – and for the whole national conversation about war and its aftermath.

In addition, a ticket stub from the film will get you a free beer or house wine at the Half King (23rd Street and Tenth Avenue ) on opening weekend.

Obviously the daytime shows are the hardest to fill, so if you can go to those instead of an evening show, that would be fantastic. Thank you so much for your support. I can’t wait to hear what you think of our film.

Thank you so much for your support. I can’t wait to hear what you think of our film.”

Sebastian 

Go here to purchase tickets…

If you are in NYC go to this. I have so much respect for what Sebastian and Tim did with restrepo. Making nuanced media about war is no easy feat and in a day and age where photojournalism has basically turned into war porn, we need more stuff like this.

Grandfather, 1946

Grandfather, 1946