With a comprehensive retrospective on the legendary photographer now showing at Tate Britain, discover the truth behind Don McCullin’s hard-hitting and controversial images in this BAFTA-nominated documentary.
Celebrated photographer Don McCullin worked for The Sunday Times from 1966 to 1983, at a time when the newspaper was widely recognised as being at the cutting edge of international investigative photojournalism. During that period he covered wars and humanitarian disasters on virtually every continent: from civil war in Cyprus, the war in Vietnam and the man-made famine in Biafra to the plight of the homeless in swinging sixties London.
★★★★ "A terrific and fitting tribute to one of modern history's greatest eyewitnesses" - Simon Crook, Empire
★★★★ "Even just watching this impressive documentary, you feel a little unhinged by the scale of suffering" - Cath Clarke, Time Out
★★★★ "Excellent" - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian