Internship Opportunity With Documentary Feature “BRICK”

BRICK, a documentary feature currently in production and directed by Jessica Dimmock and Christopher LaMarca, is seeking an intern. BRICK witnesses the loss and extraordinary risk of five middle-aged and senior fathers and grandfathers coming out for the first time as transgender women in the hyper-masculine culture of the Pacific Northwest. Intern responsibilities will primarily involve the transcription of interviews and scenes with heavy dialogue as the project enters post-production. Film team includes Emmy-nominated producer, Oscar-nominated executive producer, and an award-winning editor. Start date is between June 15th and July 1st for approximately 4-6 weeks. Video experience required. To apply, e-mail Jessica Dimmock at

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The 2014 ICP Infinity Awardee Films By MediaStorm

MediaStorm is pleased to present a film series produced in collaboration with the International Center of Photography with support from the Harbers Family Foundation. Since 1985 ICP’s Infinity Awards have brought attention to outstanding achievements in photography by honoring individuals with distinguished careers in the field and identifying future luminaries. The 2014 Infinity Awards films serve as a portrait of some of the important contributors to photography today. Photojournalism: Stephanie Sinclair & Jessica Dimmock Too Young to Wed, a transmedia campaign using images by Stephanie Sinclair and videos by Jessica Dimmock, works to support girls who are already married and ultimately bring an end to child marriage. Publication: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin are a collaborative team that has spent the last 15 years pushing the boundaries of what it means to be a traditional photographer. Art: James Welling James Welling’s vibrant digital inkjet prints and detailed colored…

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Stephanie Sinclair’s “Too Young to Wed” Exhibit at Bronx Documentary Center

The Bronx Documentary Center, in conjunction with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and VII Photo, presents Too Young to Wed, an exhibition of photographs by Stephanie Sinclair and featuring short films by Jessica Dimmock and Stephanie Sinclair. The exhibit continues Sinclair's mission to share the stories of young brides across the world who are pushed into early unions. In many countries, girls as young as eight are forced into marriage by their families, culture and economic situation. Watch the stories of fifteen-year-old Destaye and young teens in Rajasthan on Vimeo. Event Details Saturday, January 18th, 2014, 6PM - 9PM Exhibition Reception Free and open to the public January 19th – March 16th, 2014 On View: Thursdays and Fridays 3PM - 7PM Saturdays and Sundays 1PM - 5PM For more information contact or visit

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MediaStorm projects nominated for five Webby Awards

Hailed as the "Oscars of the Internet" by the New York Times, The Webby Awards is the leading international award honoring excellence on the Internet. The 12th Annual Webby Awards received nearly 10,000 entries from over 60 countries and all 50 states. From now through May 1st, fans around the world can register and cast their votes in The Webby People’s Voice Awards at   Of course, we'd love for you to vote for these projects: WEBSITE ENTRIES: Category: BROADBAND MediaStorm Category: CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS NONPROFIT Katrina: An Unnatural DisasterOpen Society Institute / Produced by MediaStorm   ONLINE FILM AND VIDEO ENTRIES: Category: NEWS & POLITICS: INDIVIDUAL EPISODE Finding the Way Home by Brenda Ann Kenneally MediaStorm Category: PUBLIC SERVICE AND ACTIVISM Eyes on ZimbabweOpen Society Institute / Produced by MediaStorm Category: BEST WRITING Evidence of My Existence by Jim Lo Scalzo US News & World Report / Also on  …

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