The groundbreaking conflict photography of one of the most celebrated modern photojournalists is explored in the new documentary, Which Way is the Front Line From Here?, and we have three copies to give away to lucky readers. The death of photojournalist Tim Hetherington in 2011 was a tragedy felt keenly throughout the international photography community, but he left behind a stunning body of work from the world's battlefields, as revealed in this new documentary by Sebastian Junger.
The film tracks Hetherington's 10-year career covering the frontline stories in warzones like Liberia and Afghanistan, through to creating his Oscar-nominated documentary Restrepo, and his untimely death covering Libya's civil war.
Madman Entertainment has kindly given us three copies of Way is the Front Line From Here? to give away. In the spirit of Hetherington's own pioneering work, to win a copy just tell us about an image that has successfully made you stop and think about its underlying message.
It could be a classic bit of conflict photography, a modern World Press winner, or something more subtle like an environmental portrait or provocative landscape. As long as it made an impact with you, write in and let us know:
Either jump and Facebook and tell us about it (and post the image if you have access).
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Tim Hetherington DVD' as the subject.
Below is the trailer for Way is the Front Line From Here?, to give you a taste.