The October issue of Texas Monthly features Innocence Lost, by Pamela Colloff, an excellent in-depth look at the probable wrongful murder conviction and (so far) 18-year incarceration of Anthony Graves, who most likely did not commit the crime.
To accompany and augment this story of legal injustice, Pamela Hastings produced a compelling short video documentary, Reasonable Doubt -- a task made more difficult by the fact that she had to reconstruct most of the narrative: "I made it with no budget," she says, "with less than optimal equipment, and had to use mostly old, found images to tell the story."
Recommended viewing here.
In the 1990s, New York’s Nightlife Found a New Beat - Underground was out. Flash, velvet ropes and Gatsby-like decadence were in. Catherine McGann was there to photograph it.
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