A Darkness Visible: Afghanistan
Based on 14 trips to Afghanistan between 1994 and 2010, A Darkness Visible: Afghanistan is the work of photojournalist Seamus Murphy. His work chronicles a people caught time and again in political turmoil, struggling to find their way.
Based on 14 trips to Afghanistan between 1994 and 2010, photojournalist Seamus Murphy chronicles a people caught time and again in political turmoil, struggling to find their way while their desire for self-determination is often overlooked.
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Emmy Year: 2012 Place: Nominee Category: New Approaches To News & Documentary Programm Fotoweek DC International Year: 2012 Place: First Category: Multimedia Anthropographia Year: 2012 Place: Shortlist Category: Multimedia Media for Liberty Award Year: 2012 Place: Winner Category: Winning Submission Pictures of the Year International Year: 2012 Place: Finalist Category: Documentary Project of the Year Pictures of the Year International Year: 2012 Place: Award of Excellence Category: Long Form Documentary
Murphy, Seamus (filmmaker)
Murphy, Seamus (photographer)
Maierson, Eric (film producer)
Photography and video, Seamus Murphy; interview camera, Ian Bodenham.
Photography and Video: Seamus Murphy
Producer: Eric Maierson
Executive Producer: Brian Storm
Associate Producer: Leandro Badalotti
Graphics: Tim Klimowicz
Sound Mix: Bruce Strong
Intern: Avinash Tharoor
Interview camera: Ian Bodenham
Additional Footage: Afghan Film Organization, Salome Augustin / Augustin Pictures
Photography and Video (Epilogue): Seamus Murphy
Producer (Epilogue): Tucker Walsh, Eric Maierson
Executive Producer (Epilogue): Brian Storm
Additional Footage (Epilogue): Charles Sennott
Associate Producer (Epilogue): Leandro Badalotti
Graphics (Epilogue): Tim Klimowicz
Intern (Epilogue): Avinash Tharoor
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