The Uganda Love This Issue
"I don't speak any French, but it was OK, since the language and the emotion of the film are close to English, I think."
A look back at the photographer's life and influential work.
In the past two decades, the followers of the Dorje Shugden have become the bogeymen of the Tibetan movement and its supporters worldwide.
Nigeria's Nollywood is the second-largest producer of movies in the world. How does it compare with Hollywood and Bollywood?
"It's like you don't have a body. You're able to empathize without having the self-consciousness of being two feet away from someone or invading their space."
Even if you try very hard to remake someone else's work, your photographs can only be your own.
A journey into the strange, bombed-out neighborhood of Lunik IX.
Blackmail and fear are the tools used to destroy freedom of expression. And beware, it is being destroyed.