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Tonight: 'Deadline Every Second,' Kevin Eubanks, Soapbox

March 22, 2012 - 11:17 AM
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 A screening of the film Deadline Every Second: On Assignment with Twelve Associated Press Journalists, award-winning photojournalists talk about what happens behind the scenes and how they gathered breaking news stories — from "one photojournalist's wounds in a suicide bombing in Pakistan to another's imprisonment for his coverage in Iraq." Filmmaker Ken Kobre will lead a discussion following the screening, with AP's Richard Drew, Charles Dharapak, and European Pressphoto Agency's Shawn Thew. Corcoran Gallery of Art. 7 p.m. $12/$6.

Trailer from Ken Kobre on Vimeo.

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