When Haitiâ€™s capital was recently flattened in a massive earthquake, the worldâ€™s media marshaled their forces and descended on the disaster zone. In this episode, IFC travels throughout Haitiâ€”from devastated Port-au-Prince to the beautiful, untouched countrysideâ€”with Andrew Berends, a photojournalist and documentarian whoâ€™s worked in Iraq and was kidnapped in Nigeria while working on his film, â€œDelta Boys,â€ an exploration of the Niger Delta and the growing militancy in the country. Interwoven into Andrewâ€™s stories are those of other journalists who share their different takes and approaches on how to cover a disaster. We hear from CNNâ€™s local â€œfixer,â€ who spent three weeks filming his own activity as he guided Anderson Cooper and Ivan Watson around his shattered hometown. We meet up with Dan Rather, who has just returned from the country with hours of footage, and Daniel Morel, a Haitian photojournalist who takes a critical view of the international mediaâ€™s reporting. He thinks their job is simply to observe.moreless
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