1. Taryn Simon’s “A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I-XVIII” traces 18 bloodlines around the world, from test rabbits in Australia to the living dead in India. In this collaboration with Art.sy Films, Simon explores the inherent ambiguities and challenges of tracing, recording, and describing lineages—what she calls “a collision of order and disorder.”

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  2. This an interview I did with Alec Soth in May of 2012.

    We had a great chat on his process, photo philosophy and inspiration.

    Shot and Edited by ESB

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  3. Alec Soth speaks at the 2010 VSW Photo-Bookworks Symposium

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  4. World Press Photo supports The Pedro Meyer Foundation in Mexico to enhance the education and training of (photo)journalists there.

    The Pedro Meyer Foundation contributes to the reflection, interpretation, and research regarding the photographic image within the framework of the new technologies. The partnership between World Press Photo and the Pedro Meyer Foundation aims to improve production and distribution skills of visual journalists in Mexico and the wider region, offering a online diploma course.

    Direction and Interview: Carly Diaz
    Camera and Editing: Jochem Bakker
    Music: Numbers by Mark.Nine and Drive In by Henri Patterson

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  5. World Press Photo Winner of the Year, Samuel Aranda, speaks about his beliefs about photography, motivation for his work, and the projects that shaped his approach to his work and his subjects.

    Interview and production: Carly Diaz
    Editing and post-production: Carly Diaz and Jochem Bakker
    Audio post-production: Sam Jones
    Video camera provided by our partner Canon

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