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Intro


 

In Theaters
March 2

Online
March 6

Netflix
July 1

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Intro


 

In Theaters
March 2

Online
March 6

Netflix
July 1

Scroll for details

 

 

 

 


Opening in Spring, 2018

Opening in select theaters on Friday, March 2, 2018

London: Bertha DocHouse. Click here for tickets.
New York City: Village East. Click here for tickets.
Los Angeles: Laemmle Santa Monica. Click here for tickets.

Opening online Tuesday, March 6, 2018
iTunes
Amazon Video
Google Play
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Opening on Netflix Sunday, July 1, 2018



 

Chris Hondros was one of the best conflict photographer of his generation, having covered practically every major world event of his adult life. Beginning with the war in Kosovo in 1999, Chris served as witness to more than a decade of strife and conflict before he was killed in combat in Libya in April, 2011. 

But he was so much more than a highly-respected and award-winning photographer. In this feature length film, Chris's friends and colleagues portray a man of unusual depth and sensitivity, whose passion for his craft continues to influence people around the world. Whether through his images, his friendship, or his humanity, his touch can still be felt in ways that are inspiring and unexpected.

Director and childhood friend Greg Campbell takes viewers on a global journey to meet those in Chris's most influential photos, and to uncover their little known backstories.

Photography, clockwise, by Greg Campbell, Nic Bothma, Katie Orlinsky, Jeff Swensen and Nicole Tung.

Background photos on subsequent pages by Chris Hondros.

 

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Joseph Duo


Liberian government commander Joseph Duo
celebrates after firing an RPG at rebel positions
near a contested bridge in Monrovia during
the 2003 civil war.

The photo made both Chris and Joseph famous,
but their relationship went far beyond this image. 

Joseph Duo


Liberian government commander Joseph Duo
celebrates after firing an RPG at rebel positions
near a contested bridge in Monrovia during
the 2003 civil war.

The photo made both Chris and Joseph famous,
but their relationship went far beyond this image. 

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Samar Hassan


Chris's photo of a tragic accidental shooting
in Iraq led to worldwide outrage and a call for change
in U.S. soldiers' rules of engagement near civilians.

But Chris didn't leave the story in Iraq; instead,
he followed the repercussions of this event over the years.
The film follows in his footsteps to find out what
happened to the iconic girl in the photo.

Samar Hassan


Chris's photo of a tragic accidental shooting
in Iraq led to worldwide outrage and a call for change
in U.S. soldiers' rules of engagement near civilians.

But Chris didn't leave the story in Iraq; instead,
he followed the repercussions of this event over the years.
The film follows in his footsteps to find out what
happened to the iconic girl in the photo.

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Rocket


HONDROS

 

World Premiere April 21, 2017 at the Tribeca Film Festival

International Premiere May 2, 2017 at the
Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival

Rocket


HONDROS

 

World Premiere April 21, 2017 at the Tribeca Film Festival

International Premiere May 2, 2017 at the
Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival