Nadia Rasheed

The Life & Times of Louis Leeson

The Life & Times of Louis Leeson

© Ted Mendez Young documentary photographer and filmmaker Louis Leeson has already seen and done a lot – from the slums of Mumbai to the riots of South London he has set about capturing an honesty in spaces often murky with lies and injustice. He also recently helped host DOC-CON – an informal meetup for […]

 Nadia Rasheed

Filmmakers Get Fresh

Filmmakers Get Fresh

Fresh Online is a BBC online space that seeks to showcase the talent of factual filmmakers. They’re currently looking for short films between 2 and 10 minutes in length to be published on the site. Applicants must be 16 or over and you should not have previously directed a documentary for a network television. Entry […]

 Jessica Alkire

Success is Ageless

Success is Ageless

At only 23, photographer Owen Harvey has already begun a prosperous career, winning the Magnum Showcase in 2012. He was also shortlisted for the Magnum Photos 2013 award, Cream graduate showcase, and the Athens Photo Festival. Harvey’s early success has created a path that will surely lead him to great things in the photography world […]

 Nadia Rasheed

Kitra Cahana: Questioning the Self

Kitra Cahana: Questioning the Self

Kitra Cahana is just 25-years-old but the weight of her achievements so early on in her career is staggering. She has appeared on the front page of the New York Times and was named a TED Fellow this year. Being bestowed with such an honour means she joins a group of other young innovators deemed […]

 Nadia Rasheed

The Real Life of the Award-Winning Anthony Rosner

The Real Life of the Award-Winning Anthony Rosner

I felt immediately moved by 23-year-old Anthony Rosner’s acclaimed short documentary IRL – In Real Life (a lighthearted portrayal of his addiction to ‘World of Warcraft’) when I first watched it. The sensation was surprising because I’m not a gamer by any means but despite that I think I related to aspects of it. Addictions can come […]