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Martin Adler on film – Liberia

The first public screening of The War Reporter will be at HOST Gallery in London on Monday 4th October at 6.30pm.

The documentary weaves together film footage recorded by Martin Adler over a period of 20 years, during which time he covered conflict and human rights issues in more than 30 countries. Martin was killed in Somalia in 2006.

To reserve your ticket for the screening, click here. A percentage of the ticket sales will go to Martin’s family.

Martin combined photography and film from the outset of his career. Click on the image above to see his stills from the civil war in Liberia in 2003, and below to watch his TV report for Channel Four News.

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Panos links

Martin Adler 1958-2006
Liberia: Fragile Threads

External links

The War Reporter
Nordanstad Films
Journeyman Pictures
HOST Gallery events


Chloe Dewe Mathews at Éléphant Paname, Paris, France

George Georgiou & Guy Martin at Beşiktaş International Festival of Photography, Istanbul, Turkey

Eight Panos photographers at Angkor Photo Festival

Hossein Fatemi in VSD magazine

Suzanne Lee in Marie Claire France

Robin Hammond on National Geographic website

Andrew Testa in Sunday Times Magazine

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