Photojournalists to Discuss their Work at Screenings of the Documentary ‘Deadline Every Second’

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NEW YORK – Richard Drew and Charles Dharapak of The Associated Press are among photographers who will discuss their work as part of a series of screenings beginning this month for the new documentary “Deadline Every Second.”

Drew, based in New York, is one of a dozen AP photographers followed in “Deadline Every Second,” produced by Ken Kobre and John Hewitt. The film portrays the 12 photojournalists in eight countries as they cover war, political clashes, financial markets, natural disasters, sports and human interest stories. Drew, Oded Balilty, Chris Carlson, Jeff Chiu, Khalil Hamra, Julie Jacobson, Mark Lennihan, Bebeto Matthews, Lefteris Pitarakis, Laurent Rebours, Marcio Jose Sanchez and Tara Todras-Whitehill are featured in the hourlong documentary.

After each screening, Kobre will moderate a panel discussion with AP photographers and others. Drew, who is in the documentary, is scheduled to be part of the post-screening discussions at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., March 22, where he’ll be joined by Dharapak, who covers the White House for the AP. Drew will also be at the March 26 post-screening discussion at Columbia University.

Below, see a list of scheduled screenings in Washington, D.C., New York and Los Angeles and how to attend:

7 p.m., Thursday, March 22
Corcoran Gallery of Art
Frances and Armand Hammer Auditorium
500 17th St., NW
Washington, DC
Purchase tickets here:

7 p.m., Monday, March 26
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Lecture Hall, 3rd Floor
2950 Broadway (at 116th St.)
New York City
Free, RSVP to:

7 p.m., Tuesday, May 8
University of California-Los Angeles
Ackerman Student Union, Second Floor Lounge
Los Angeles
Free, RSVP to:

Find more details and updated information on the documentary project’s website at

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