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Marcus Bleasdale is always thinking about new ways to highlight the grim living conditions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and our own complicity in its people's troubles. In 2009, he co-produced...
Media 03 Sep 2013
Documentary photography belongs to the realm of truth, yet some photographers are testing the boundaries between reality and fiction in a bid to reach a public that is accustomed to these narrative forms in...
Photojournalism 03 Sep 2013
Alma, a Tale of Violence, a web-documentary by photographer Miquel Dewever Plana and writer Isabelle Fougère, has won the 2013 Visa d'Or France 24 / RFI Web Documentary Award
Awards 03 Sep 2013
Don McCullin explains the curiosity that made him return to war, and the energy and passion of his thirties that led to the success of his career. He speaks to Olivier Laurent
Photojournalism 01 Sep 2013
To coincide with the Rencontres Prix Bayeux-Calvados in October, Noor is organising a masterclass in conflict photography
Workshops 02 Aug 2013
Ensuring the future of photojournalism rests in more complex narrative formats, believes Fred Ritchin, who spoke with Laurence Butet-Roch ahead of the release of his new essay, Bending the Frame
Books 02 Aug 2013
On 29 April, Jonathan Alpeyrie, a French-American photographer, was abducted in Syria. Eighty-one days later, he was sold for $450,000 and returned to Paris. He recounts his ordeal to Le Journal de la...
People 01 Aug 2013
A Day Without News?, a worldwide campaign to support conflict photographers and journalists, has announced that the United Nations' Security Council will hold an open debate on the protection of journalists...
Photojournalism 16 Jul 2013
VII Photo member Davide Monteleone has won the fourth edition of the Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism Award, which financed a four-month project in Chechnya
Awards 04 Jul 2013
Photojournalists and documentary photographers have until 30 September for a chance to win a €50,000 grant dedicated to the production of a new body of work on Iran
Grants 27 Jun 2013
Frontline Club's Vaughan Smith has launched the Frontline Freelance Register, a representative body created to help freelance war journalists and photographers. He speaks to BJP's Olivier Laurent
Photojournalism 08 Jun 2013
French journalists Didier François and Edouard Elias, a photographer, have been abducted in Syria, authorities have confirmed
Photojournalism 07 Jun 2013
"Unfortunately, we are in a business where there is no joint effort; it's every man for himself," says Jean-François Leroy in an interview with Lucas Menget and Olivier Laurent, addressing the future...
Festivals 04 Jun 2013
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