Since the time of Homer, artists have struggled with how to describe the indescribable experience of war. In modern times, proximity, both physical and personal, to war has been hindered by the tools of storytelling. But new, ultra-mobile and barely noticeable cameras are making it possible to put soldiers both in front of and behind the lens to capture images and sounds of unprecedented vitality. How do their narratives-several of which are illuminated in 2006 Festival films-alter our perception of war, and what will be the long-term results of these new perspectives? Christopher Isham (ABC News) moderates a panel with Deborah Scranton (The War Tapes), Aparisim "Bobby" Ghosh (Senior Baghdad Correspondent, Time) and Anthony Swofford (Jarhead).