FotoEvidence Book Award – call for entries
The call for submissions for the 2021 FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo is now open with a deadline to enter of 10 October. Professional, amateur photographers, and photographer’s collectives can apply for the Book Award.
The annual award recognises a documentary photographer whose project demonstrates courage and commitment in addressing a violation of human rights, a signiﬁcant injustice, or an assault on human dignity. The selected project will be published as part of a series of FotoEvidence books dedicated to long-form projects of documentary photographers working in the humanistic tradition. The winner and two selected ﬁnalists will be exhibited during the 2021 World Press Photo Exhibition in conjunction with the launch of the book in Amsterdam.
Awards will be announced by February 1, 2021.
The book, HABIBI, by Antonio Faccilongo, is a chronicle of a love story set in one of the longest and most complicated contemporary conflicts, the Israeli-Palestinian war. It follows families in Palestine with men serving long sentences in Israeli jails, who smuggle sperm and use in-vitro fertilization to have children. Most media depict Palestine as a war zone. HABIBI takes a purely humanistic approach to one non-violent response to oppression. Read more about the project here.
Follow this link for all the information on making a submission.
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