John Schott over at Camera|Iraq reports about the "P.O.V. - War Feels Like War | PBS" ("This film documents the lives of reporters and photographers who circumvent military media control to get access to the real Iraq War"):
"The Iraq War introduced the concept of the "embedded" reporter to the world. Their highly choreographed, round-the-clock reporting gave the Pentagon extraordinary control of war reports back home, and also allowed the military to quietly contain those journalists who wanted to report the war independently: the so-called "unilaterals." war_like_war"War Feels Like War" is the story of an international group of journalists who refused to be "embedded."Here´s the story of an embedded photojournalist (Link to all details)
'This is the story of journalists caught up in a new era in war-reporting, says director and cameraman Esteban Uyarra, 'and of a media world now divided in two camps — 'embeds' and 'unilaterals' — and what that means for how we see and feel about war.'"
"Dust to Dust" (big quicktime file! 275.7 MB!) by Pulitzer Price Winner David Leeson (presented at "Dirck Halstead presents The Digital Journalist - A Multimedia Magazine for Photojournalism in the Digital Age") in the May issue: "The film tells a personal story of what it was like to be an "embed" and presents a war you didn't see on TV." [Update: Link moved]