Mother, Daughter and a Street in Suriname

PARAMARIBO, Suriname, 7 May 2014 – While my students worked on a photo essay of the city’s port area, I made some pictures of my own, including this one of mom and daughter. (Photo by Bill Gentile)

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Reporting “Lone Survivor” Trailer

WASHINGTON, DC, 16 February 2014 — In the summer of 2005 a four-man team of US Navy SEALs dispatched to a mountainous region of northern Afghanistan in search of a renowned Taliban leader. Surrounded by enemy fighters, the SEALs called for backup. But when 16 Special Forces soldiers arrived on the scene in a Chinook […]

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Released: Third of Three Films on Guatemala Gangs and Religion

WASHINGTON, DC, 17 August 2013 — This is the third of three short films I made on gangs and religion in Guatemala. Using the methodology that we refer to as “backpack video journalism,” I documented Robert Brenneman as he conducted follow-up research to his book, “Homies + Hermanos: God and Gangs in Central America.” This […]

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Video Journalism Visits Hermitage Museum (cont.)

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, 2 August 2013 — Here are more images of our visit to the Hermitage Museum. (Photos by Bill Gentile.)

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Video Journalism Visits Summer Palace

  ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, 1 August 2013 – Following the first and second sessions of the 4th meeting of the U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission (BPC) Sub-Group on Mass Media, our Russian hosts took us to the Peterhof Summer Palace State Museum. The U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission (BPC) is the premier forum between the U.S. and […]

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En Route to St. Petersburg Mass Media Summit

  JFK AIRPORT, New York, 30 July 2013 – Connecting here from Washington, DC, for a flight to Moscow and then St. Petersburg, Russia. Flight crews ready the Delta jet for our journey. The U.S. Department of State invited me to participate in the 4th meeting of the U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission (BPC) Sub-Group on […]

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