Magnum in Motion Video Podcasts

Produced by Magnum PhotosToday's Pictures
Tuesday, Aug 28, 2007
Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan
Monday, Aug 27, 2007
Let's Go Surfing Now!
Friday, Aug 24, 2007
Viva Mexico!
Thursday, Aug 23, 2007
Women Who Vote
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Ingrid Bergman
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Interactive Essays
The BeatlesMalaria
The Beatles
by David Hurn

Brian Epstein took the job as manager of the Beatles after hearing them play at a small club. He became "The Other Beatle." Magnum In Motion is proud to present David Hurn’s photographs of “A Hard Day’s Night” in recognition of the 40th anniversary of Epstein’s death.

by Chien-Chi Chang

Each year 350 to 500 million people are diagnosed with Malaria. This essay documents the life and struggles of Africans affected by the disease and the tangible steps people are taking to eradicate it. To donate a lifesaving malaria bed net go to

Book of the Week
<i>In the Wake of Katrina</i>
In the Wake of Katrina
by Larry Towell
Larry Towell's photographs, taken in the days following Hurricane Katrina, make no attempt to be a comprehensive account of events or to offer analysis. Towell's haunting and poetic landscapes, many of them panoramas, depict the devastation and the lives of some of the victims. This is an intimate documentation of the hurricane's impact.
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Hurricane Katrina
by Magnum Photographers
This week in 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast in one of the worst weather-related disasters in the United States in a half century. Magnum and Slate remember the victims of the storm, as well as those who are still rebuilding their lives.
Larry TowellQuote of the Week
If there's one theme that connects all my work, I think it's that of land-lessness: how land makes people into who they are and what happens to them when they lose it and thus lose their identities.
— Larry Towell