The Long Night wins 1st Place Multimedia in Best of Photojournalism

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“The Long Night” wins the 2015 Best of Photojournalism Multimedia award for Alexia Women’s Initiative grantee Tim Matsui from the National Press Photographers Association. Continue reading

The Long Night Wins 1st Place Long Form Documentary Feature in 2015 World Press Photo competition

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The 2015 World Press Photo competition has given First Place in the Long Feature Documentary category to “The Long Night” by Tim Matsui and MediaStorm. Continue reading

The Long Night Wins POYi Documentary Project of the Year

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Pictures of the Year International (POYi) has named “The Long Night” the Documentary Project of the Year in its annual professional competition. POYi is the oldest and most prestigious photojournalism program in the world. “The Long Night” tells the story … Continue reading

The Long Night at the Greater Farmington Film Festival

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“The Long Night” will be the opening film in the upcoming Greater Farmington Film Festival in Farmington, Mich. The screening will be held on Thursday, March 5 at 7.30 p.m. at the Smith Theatre of Oakland Community College. Made possible … Continue reading

The Struggle to Leave the Life: Lisa Today

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Lisa was one of the key subjects in Tim Matsui’s recently released Women’s Initiative project, Leaving the Life, from which the feature film The Long Night was produced by Tim and MediaStorm. Lisa was the girl in the robe, turned … Continue reading

Mike Davis Featured on Multimedia Week

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Mike Davis was the feature of a recent interview on Multimedia Week. The show was hosted by Dr. David Campbell, a writer, professor and producer who analyses visual storytelling and produces stories himself. In the interview, Davis discusses the state … Continue reading

Join With Us: Be a Part of Stories That Drive Change

Connie Sue Foss was raped while in the US Army and hasn't been able to hold down a job to care for herself and her daughter. She bears scars from punching a window during a PTSD episode and holds a molar she lost from grinding her teeth at night. Mary F. Calvert

If you could help drive the change that makes the world a better place, would you? If you could make possible that the most passionate photographers tackle the most important issues of our time, would you? You can by contributing … Continue reading

The New York Times Discusses Mary F. Calvert’s Photography on Sexual Assault in the Military

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Photography by 2014 Alexia Women’s Initiative Recipient Mary F. Calvert is featured by The New York Times in a new Lens post entitled, “Surviving Rape in the Military.” The article speaks with Calvert about how she came to tackle the … Continue reading

Five Alexia Photographers Honored by The Pixel Project for Fighting Violence Against Women

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The Pixel Project project has published its list of photographers who support the cause to end violence against women as part of its “16 for 16” campaign against gender violence. Of the 16 photographers named, five are Alexia Foundation grantees. … Continue reading