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Beth Macy‘s New York Times bestselling book, Factory Man, will be produced as an HBO miniseries. The miniseries will be developed by Playtone, the production company of Tom Hanks. Think Tank Photo’s newest “About a Photo” short film features the story behind John Moore‘s image of Ebola virus victims in …
Robert Pycior, 21, is: a volunteer firefighter; a student studying history and psychology at Rider University; a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity; a Boy Scout; a camp counselor; and a poet. He is also the son of Joseph John Pycior, Jr., an aviation warfare systems operator first class, who …
Photographer Jon Lowenstein has won the Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize for South Side, his powerful, intimate look at life in Chicago’s South Side. The $10,000 prize, awarded by The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, is given to encourage documentary work in the tradition of photographer Dorothea Lange and writer …
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