Tim Matsui, TIME Win Top Prizes in 2015 World Press Multimedia Contest | PDNPulse

Time magazine has won first prize for short documentary in the World Press Photo contest for film titled Behind the Video of Eric Garner’s Deadly Confrontation With New York Police. In the long feature category, photographer Tim Matsui has won first prize

Time magazine has won first prize for short documentary in the World Press Photo contest for film titled Behind the Video of Eric Garner’s Deadly Confrontation With New York Police. In the long feature category, photographer Tim Matsui has won first prize for The Long Night, a documentary he produced in conjunction with MediaStorm about teenage prostitution in Seattle. Last month, Matsui won POYi’s Documentary Project of the Year for the film.

Ed Kashi, Tim Matsui Win Top Multimedia Prizes at 2015 POYi | PDNPulse

Ed Kashi has won Multimedia Photographer of the Year honors at the 2015 Pictures of the Year International competition for his project called Syria’s Lost Generation, while Tim Matsui won Documentary Project of the Year for The Long Night, a film he produ

Ed Kashi has won Multimedia Photographer of the Year honors at the 2015 Pictures of the Year International competition for his project called Syria’s Lost Generation, while Tim Matsui won Documentary Project of the Year for The Long Night, a film he produced with MediaStorm about teenage prostitution.

In conversation: Tim Matsui on “The Long Night” | dvafoto

Last week, Tim and I talked over email about the process of making this documentary. It’s a fascinating piece, presented with no narration and mixing interviews, documentary footage, and graphic-novel-esque depictions of events that happened in the past. Here’s what Tim had to say:

Alexia Foundation Winner: Tim Matsui

A young woman in a Phnom Penh slum. Investigators later found her mother was pimping the drug-addicted girl nightly to upwards of 10 Cambodian men.©Tim MatsuiCongratulations to the Alexia Foundation for hosting the first Women's Initiative grant of $25,00

Congratulations to the Alexia Foundation for hosting the first Women's Initiative grant of $25,000 and to winner Tim Matsui, the recipient of the  grant to document Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking in Seattle and King County, Washington.

Announcing the First Alexia Foundation Women's Initiative Grant Winner | Alexia Foundation : News

We offered the Women’s Initiative Grant in 2012 and 2014. The Alexia Foundation is no longer offering the Women’s Initiative Grant. The Alexia Foundation is proud to announce that Tim Matsui is the recipient of the first Women’s Initiative grant … Continu

The Alexia Foundation is proud to announce that Tim Matsui is the recipient of the first Women’s Initiative grant of $25,000 to document Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking in Seattle and King County, Washington.