The Power of a Picture: The Napalm Girl





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Published on Aug 5, 2013

40 years ago we met The Napalm Girl. The iconic photo woke the world up to the brutal reality of collateral damage. David Ono and Jeff MacIntyre travel to Vietnam, to the very spot the picture was taken, for an in depth look at The Power of a Picture. In this ABC7 Special, meet the girl in the picture-Kim Phuc, the photographer, Nick Ut, and many others who played a role in shaping history. Four decades later, the photo refuses to rest. It's relevance just as the sobering as the day it was captured on June 8, 1972.

Winner of the 2013 Edward R. Murrow Award and two Emmys for Outstanding Editing & Camera for Jeff MacIntyre.

Produced by David Ono & Jeff MacIntyre for ABC7, Los Angeles
Camera & Editor: Jeff MacIntyre
Production Support: Content Media Group

**This film is available for public screenings and filmmaker panel discussion. Please visit http://www.contentmediagroup.com and contact us for more info.


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