Matthew Heineman

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Matthew Heineman on KCRW

What does it take to be a war correspondent? What kind of person is drawn to cover death and destruction, and why? Does the reporting make any difference?

‘A Private War:’ An homage to war correspondent Marie Colvin

What does it take to be a war correspondent? What kind of person is drawn to cover death and destruction, and why? Does the reporting make any difference?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The new film ‘ A Private War ’ tells the story of journalist Marie Colvin, a war correspondent who wrote visceral and award-winning reports for the British newspaper The Sunday Times…

Director Matthew Heineman on ‘A Private War’

The new film ‘ A Private War ’ tells the story of journalist Marie Colvin, a war correspondent who wrote visceral and award-winning reports for the British newspaper The Sunday Times…

from The Business

What does it take to be a war correspondent? What kind of person is drawn to cover death and destruction, and why? And crucially, does the reporting make any difference?

‘A Private War:’ An homage to Marie Colvin and journalism

What does it take to be a war correspondent? What kind of person is drawn to cover death and destruction, and why? And crucially, does the reporting make any difference?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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