MediaStorm curated an evening of compelling and innovative short films based on the Worth Watching series for the last evening of the 2016 LOOK3 Festival in Charlottesville, VA. When curating our selections, we have tried to offer the audience both a geographical voyage and an emotional journey. The work we’re sharing will take you from China to San Francisco, from Mexico to Memphis, and from Chad to San Diego. You will laugh, raise your fist in solidarity and want to get your hiking gear ready for your next adventure. For those of you that couldn’t join us at the live event, MediaStorm is excited to share with you a playlist including all of the films that were shown at the screening, as well as a few additional films that didn’t make it into the presentation due to time constraints. LOOK3 is a photography festival, founded by former National Geographic photographer Michael “Nick”…
The W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund cordially invites you to the 36th Annual W. Eugene Smith Grants In Humanistic Photography and Howard Chapnick Grant For The Advancement Of Photojournalism. The event will be held: Wednesday, October 14, 2015 The School of Visual Arts (SVA) Theatre 333 West 23rd St. (between 8th and 9th Ave.) New York, NY 10011 from 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:15. The program includes presentations of photo essays by this year's grant and fellowship recipients, plus finalists and a keynote presentation by David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker. Please RSVP here as seating is limited.
If you are in New York City on June 3rd, 2014 stop by the 92nd Street YMCA to hear stories and see rare pictures by Kurt Andersen and Doug Menuez as they mark the launch of Menuez's new book Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000. Menuez is the only photographer Steve Jobs allowed inside his inner sanctum to document his process of innovation for three years. While Anderson, bestselling author and host of public radio’s “Studio 360,” has a profound understanding of how technology shapes culture. These two great minds will host a conversation about watching Silicon Valley transform the world. For more information visit www.92y.org.
The Kalish Workshop will be holding its next workshop June 6-11, 2014 in Muncie, Indiana.
This five-day storytelling workshop is taught by Emmy and Pulitzer Prize winning editors. Application deadline is April 1st.
The Kalish Workshop
The Kalish Workshop is an inspirational and intense five-day experience in editing visual storytelling. It is designed to benefit anyone who touches photography with a narrative storyline for online and print.
MediaStorm Executive Producer Brian Storm will visit the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication on February 20th-22nd, 2014 as the 2014 Frazier Journalist-in-Residence. While in attendance Brian will lead workshops for students and participate in discussions with faculty in addition to a leading a public presentation: Multimedia Storytelling @ MediaStorm from 7:00-9:00 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 20th in the Ford Alumni Center Ballroom. Members of the public and campus community are invited to attend at no charge. To register for the public workshop e-mail SOJC Event Manager Erika Vogt at email@example.com by February 15th, 2014.