Founded by Micah Garen and Marie-Hélène Carleton in 2000, Four Corners Media is a multimedia documentary production company that is focused on projects in conflict and post-conflict zones throughout the world, including Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Egypt and southeastern Turkey.

Their writing, photography and documentary film work has appeared in print, online and on-air for publications including HDNet World Report, The New York Times, Financial Times, PBS, CBS, CNN, Newsweek, Archaeology Magazine, Der Spiegel and l'Espresso, among others.

Micah and Marie-Hélène co-wrote the acclaimed memoir of Micah's kidnapping in Iraq in 2004, American Hostage, published by Simon and Schuster in 2005.  They frequently speak about Iraq and kidnapping, appearing on National Public Radio, CBS News, MSNBC's Hardball, CNN's Larry King Live, Democracy Now, The Today Show and Good Morning America.

They are currently in production and post-production on three feature-length documentary films:

The Road to Nasiriyah, about the looting of archaeological sites in southern Iraq following the 2003 war.

If, a documentary about the Egyptian revolution

Pashtunistan, a film about southern Afghanistan

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The ancient site of Hasankeyf in southeastern  Turkey, which will be flooded when the Ilisu dam is completed.

Micah Garen

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Marie-Hélène Carleton

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