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Angelina Jolie to Direct ‘Unreasonable Behaviour’, the Story of War Photographer Don McCullin

It’s been a few years since Angelina Jolie got behind the camera as a director. The last film she helmed was First They Killed My Father in 2017, but soon she’ll be working on another true story in Unreasonable Behaviour, the story of British war photographer Don McCullin. And this time she’ll be getting some help from another superstar actor, with Tom Hardy stepping up to produce. Based on Don McCullin’s autobiography published in 1992 (and updated in 2017), the film will tell the story of ...
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Unreasonable Behaviour: Angelina Jolie to Direct Don McCullin Biopic

Unreasonable Behaviour: Angelina Jolie to Direct Don McCullin Biopic Academy Award-winning actress Angelina Jolie has officially signed to helm the upcoming biopic drama titled Unreasonable Behaviour, centering around the life of British war photographer Don McCullin. The film will also be produced by Oscar nominee Tom Hardy (Mad Max: Fury Road) through his Hardy Son and Baker banner. RELATED: Every Note Played: Angelina Jolie & Christoph Waltz in Talks to Star in STXfilms’ Adaptation ...
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Angelina Jolie to Direct Don McCullin Biopic ‘Unreasonable Behaviour’ for Tom Hardy and Working Title

Angelina Jolie (“First They Killed My Father”) will direct “Unreasonable Behaviour,” a biopic about the British war photographer Don McCullin, based on his acclaimed autobiography of the same name. The film is being produced by Tom Hardy and Dean Baker under their Hardy Son & Baker banner (“Taboo”) alongside Working Title Films’ Tim Bevan and […]
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War Correspondent

Reuters photographer Lucas Jackson, who was hit by a rubber bullet in Minneapolis on Friday night, had his camera smashed on Saturday by a protester wielding a crowbar pic.twitter.com/TXUjvmwwuO— Reuters (@Reuters) May 31, 2020 At least with a pro grade camera like a 1DX Mark II, he could have swung back at the dude with the crowbar and jacked him up pretty good.It's risky business getting out there to get the shot.Check this out. Rubber bullet fired by #LAPD gashes by camera instead of my face...
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Martin Scorsese Filming Isolation Short For BBC

Martin Scorsese filming isolation short for BBC While fans may have to wait for the Oscar winner’s next theatrical effort, Martin Scorsese (The Irishman) is getting back behind the camera in a sense for a self-shot short filmed from his New York City home as part of BBC’s Lockdown Culture with Mary Beard, according to Deadline. RELATED: Killers of the Flower Moon: Netflix, Apple & More in Talks for New Martin Scorsese Film The short, which will also feature Oscar nominee Lee Daniels (The U...
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Jonathan Glazer and A24’s Secret Short Film ‘The Fall’ Is Now Available Online

Jonathan Glazer directed one of the best films of the last ten years, Under the Skin. Now he’s closing out the decade with a disturbing, nightmarish short film: The Fall. For seven-plus-minutes, Glazer’s short film draws you into a story of mob-mentality at its absolute worst – a story that has unfortunate and terrifying connections to the current reality we find ourselves in. While we wait for Jonathan Glazer’s next feature film – which he’s set to start shooting next year – we’ll have to m...
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Tate Liverpool to present Don McCullin

TATE LIVERPOOL TO PRESENT DON MCCULLIN MAJOR TATE BRITAIN SHOW TOURS TO NORTH WEST OF ENGLAND Today Tate Liverpool announces a major retrospective of the legendary British photographer Don McCullin (b. 1935) as its summer exhibition in 2020. Following the huge success of Don McCullin at Tate Britain in spring 2019, the exhibition will tour to Tate Liverpool […] The post Tate Liverpool to present Don McCullin appeared first on Art in Liverpool.
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Don McCullin Is a War Photographer. Just Don’t Call Him an Artist.

His camera has captured conflict from Northern Ireland to Vietnam. An exhibition at Tate Britain in London shows some of his finest work.
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The 10 Best Photography Galleries In The World

In the digital era, photography has certainly become a staple of everyday life.  We’re being exposed to all kinds of imagery 24/7 and many of us have lost the ability to stop and contemplate images in detail. Because of this, photography galleries represent a perfect getaway for anyone who would like to enjoy photography the “old-fashioned” way – framed and hung. The following list consists of 10 really remarkable photo galleries around the world: 1. Hamiltons Gallery Hamiltons gallery was fou...
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Book Review: The Post-Traumatic God

by Carlo Uchello   “In the United States today, there are several million veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.  Many of us are wounded physically, psychologically, emotionally, and spiritually.”   That’s not the kind of statement that you’d necessarily expect to hear from your local Episcopal priest, but these are words written by David W. Peters, author of Post-Traumatic God: How the Church Cares for People Who Have Been to Hell and Back.  Peters currently serves at St. Mark’s Episco...
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50 Awesome Inspirational Photography Quotes

As many of you who read my blog will notice, I love using quotes to make a point. The funny thing is that I rarely quote photographers. After noticing that, I thought it was time to remedy this and share 50 of my all time favorite photography quotes. Hope you enjoy them! Leave your favorite photography related quotes in the comments. I’d love to read them.         50 Awesome Inspirational Photography Quotes The Monastery with a star filled sky in Petra in Jordan 1- “Photography is a wa...
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Veteran war photographer Don McCullin receives knighthood in 2017 New Year Honours list

Don McCullin’s 60 year photographic career started during his period of National Service in the RAF. He failed to pass the written theory paper necessary to become a photographer in the RAF. So, he spent his service in the darkroom. During this time, he bought his first camera, a Rolleicord, which he pawned upon returning […] The post Veteran war photographer Don McCullin receives knighthood in 2017 New Year Honours list appeared first on DIY Photography.
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Don McCullin webchat – your questions answered on war zones, the Beatles and bloody tissues

The legendary photographer answered your questions on the chemistry of taking pictures, why he didn’t snap his family and why too close is not close enough • Don McCullin: ‘photography isn’t looking, it’s feeling’ – in pictures 2.22pm BST Don: This whole thing has not been about photography. It’s been about emotions. Thank you for the questions. 2.19pm BST CardinhamTim says:Thank you for the inspiration your pictures have given me. What became of the Guvnors of the Seven Sisters Road (b...
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Don McCullin webchat – follow it live

The legendary photographer is here answering your questions – now• Don McCullin: ‘photography isn’t looking, it’s feeling’ – in pictures 2.08pm BST HenleyRegatta says:If you could guarantee your safety would you go to Syria to document life there under IS?Yes I would actually. It would have be one of the most difficult situation of my life. There is an English captive there, John Cantlie, and we are in contact. But I don't think my wife would allow it. She was angry when I was in Damascus l...
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Don McCullin: 'photography isn't looking, it's feeling' – in pictures

From the horrors of war in Vietnam to extreme poverty closer to home, Don McCullin’s camera has captured it all. Named master of photography at Photo London 2016, here are some of the greatest images of his careerDon McCullin webchat – post your questions now Continue reading...
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What’s in a name? Just ask Bradford’s National Media Museum why the crowds dried up | Eamonn McCabe

Moving the museum’s remarkable photography collection to London won’t reverse the slump in numbers. There’s a far simpler solutionIn 2006 the powers-that-be in London renamed the Bradford-based National Museum of Photography, Film and Television the National Media Museum. I couldn’t believe it and I wrote to tell the new director what I thought of the change.“Don’t worry,” he replied. “We’ll have a chair in photography.” Continue reading...
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Cultural figures unite against transfer of Bradford photography collection

More than 80 signatories to letter to the Guardian say moving part of National Media Museum collection to London would be a backward stepDavid Hockney, film director Mike Leigh and photographer Don McCullin are among more than 80 leading cultural figures calling for the reversal of the decision to move part of the collection of Bradford’s National Media Museum (NMM) to London. Related: Opposition grows to Bradford photography collection move | Letters from Don McCullin, David Hockney, Martin P...
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Cultural figures oppose transfer of Bradford photography collection

More than 80 sign letter to Guardian against proposed move of part of National Media Museum collection to LondonArtist David Hockney, film director Mike Leigh and photographer Don McCullin are among more than 80 leading cultural figures calling for the reversal of the decision to move part of the collection of Bradford’s National Media Museum (NMM) to London. Related: Opposition grows to Bradford photography collection move | Letters from Don McCullin, David Hockney, Martin Parr and others Co...
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David Hockney and Mike Leigh back Bradford photography protest

More than 80 sign letter to Guardian against proposed move of part of National Media Museum collection to LondonArtist David Hockney, film director Mike Leigh and photographer Don McCullin are among more than 80 leading cultural figures calling for the reversal of the decision to move part of the collection of Bradford’s National Media Museum (NMM) to London. Related: Opposition grows to Bradford photography collection move | Letters from Don McCullin, David Hockney, Martin Parr and others Co...
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How Many of These Seven Iconic Photographers Do You Know About?

There are great photographers then, there are the great photographers. The iconic few that have defined a genre, whose names will forever be etched on the photographic wall of fame. Today we are going to take a brief and by no means complete look at seven of those photographers. We will try to pick photographers across a broad range of genres but like any list, this diverse group is entirely subjective. You can let us know who you think should also be on this list on our Facebook page. David Bai...
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Famed war photographer Don McCullin on risk, war and guilt

From an impoverished and violent childhood to the master of a demanding profession, Don McCullin has been called the Goya of war photography. He speaks with Anthony Feinstein about his career, accomplishments and the shadows of guilt A shell-shocked U.S. Marine during the Tet Offensive in Hue, Vietnam, 1968.
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Digital images can't be trusted, says famed war photographer Don McCullin

Best known for moving pictures of Vietnam, McCullin says photography has been hijacked by digital cameras and art worldOne of Britain’s most celebrated and respected photographers has lamented the digital domination of his field calling it “a totally lying experience” which “cannot be trusted”.Don McCullin, one of the world’s finest photographers of war and disaster, said the digital revolution meant you could no longer trust the truthfulness of images we see. Continue reading...
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Digital images can't be trusted, says war photographer Don McCullin

Best known for moving pictures of Vietnam, McCullin says photography has been hijacked by digital cameras and art worldOne of Britain’s most celebrated and respected photographers has lamented the digital domination of his field, calling it “a totally lying experience” that cannot be trusted.Don McCullin, one of the world’s finest photographers of war and disaster, said the digital revolution meant viewers could no longer trust the truthfulness of images they see. Continue reading...
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Audrey Hepburn and Afghan Girl: the pictures that changed photography – part four

A surrealist advert of Hepburn before she shot to fame, Steve McCurry’s famous green-eyed girl, and Ol’ Blue Eyes on stage at the Royal Albert Hall. Today’s trailblazing pictures range from the 1950s to the 90s The pictures that changed photography – part oneThe pictures that changed photography – part twoThe pictures that changed photography: part threeDrawn by Light: The Royal Photographic Society Collection is at the Science Museum, London, from 2 December to 1 March 2015 Continue reading...
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