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  • Coriolanus. Directed by Ralph Fiennes (2011)
  • Gunner Palace. Directed by Michael Tucker and Petra Epperlein (2003)
  • The Hurt Locker. Directed by Kathryn Bigelow (2008)

  • The Hurt Locker. (Official Trailer)
  • Restrepo. Directed by Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington (2010)

Restrepo (Official Trailer)


"It Is What it is: Conversations About Iraq. A Project by Jeremy Deller", (Web site)

FIONA BANNER -- A short piece, Fiona Banner's Tate Britain Christmas Tree, 2007 is on YouTube is here.

NINA BERMAN -- A short video, "Distorted American Dream: Nina Berman's Homeland Series," is here.
STEVE MUMFORD -- A brief interview with artist Steve Mumford, "Steve Mumford on war and its metaphors," from PBS is available via YouTube here.
GERHARD RICHTER -- Robert Storr discusses Gerhard Richter's work and the painting "September" in a video (19 min. 21 sec.) that is posted on Richter's website. It can be accessed here.


"Baghdad and Beyond: Drawings by Steve Mumford." Tufts University, Koppelman Gallery, September 8—November 19 , 2006

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