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Winners revealed! <br class="br_visual"/>World Press Photo Multimedia Contest <br class="br_visual"/>for 2015

Winners revealed!
World Press Photo Multimedia Contest
for 2015

March 2015

After a closely debated final judging session, the international jury of the 2015 World Press Photo Multimedia Contest has announced the winners and runners-up in the ever-evolving competition for multimedia storytelling. Awarding prizes in the three categories of the competition – Short Feature, Long Feature and Interactive Documentary – the standard throughout each section impressed everybody...

Reflecting on the contest, Jury chair Marianne Lévy-Leblond, Head of Web Productions and Transmedia Projects, Arte France, told CPN: “The web is a place of transmission and viewing and is now of major importance to us. It can generate a number of new things, allowing for different tools to be used in terms of creativity. The other very important thing is that a new kind of relationship is existing between content producer and the audience. A new kind of conversation is being started there.”

On the standard of work seen this year, she added: “The general ambition of the submissions has risen. We are in the fifth year of this contest now and although the standard has been very high I would say there is still some work to do in terms of expanding the diversity of sources, both geographically and professionally.”

Speaking about the winning submission for the Short Features category, Marianne Lévy-Leblond said: “The question of citizen journalism has been on the agenda for a number of years now and it provides for new openings as to what is a document. The person who filmed Eric Garner’s arrest and death provided the press with something really exceptional, but the editing work was another layer of journalism that was absolutely needed.”

“What kind of editorial challenge is raised by footage like this? And how do journalists and press organisations work around this kind of document and convey the meaning to the audience?” she continued. “These are all very fundamental questions that are being asked now. Yes, the piece relied on the footage but it wasn’t all about that footage.”

Jury member Barbara Davidson, staff photojournalist at the Los Angeles Times, who helped judge the Short and Long Feature categories, commented on the 2nd Prize winning entry to the Short Feature category 'Fighting Ebola Outbreak Street by Street’, saying: “It was incredibly effective storytelling. It was very powerful. It was very raw. It made you feel as though you were there and one of the judges actually said that, after watching the film, he was fearful that he would catch Ebola. So I would say that's very powerful storytelling."

Lars Boering, Managing Director of World Press Photo said: “After organising the multimedia contest for five years, we can clearly see growth, both in the quality and quantity of the entries received, as well as in the audience that consumes these journalistic productions. World Press Photo has kept and will keep track of the developments in digital storytelling and will share them with people worldwide.”

Full list of winners

1ST PRIZE SHORT FEATURE: Behind the Video of Eric Garner's Deadly Confrontation With New York Police

© Paul Moakley, Time

On 17 July 2014, Ramsey Orta was talking to his friend Eric Garner in New York, USA, about where to eat dinner: Friday’s, maybe, or Applebee’s. They eventually decided on Buffalo Wild Wings, but Garner never made it. Soon, a fight broke out nearby, Orta says, and after Garner helped break it up, New York Police Department (NYPD) officers on the scene accused Garner of selling untaxed cigarettes and attempted to arrest him. Garner, a 43-year-old father of six who was unarmed at the time, argued with the officers about why he was being targeted. To corral Garner, one officer used what appeared to be a chokehold, a technique banned by the NYPD. Several others helped drag him to the ground. Garner, who had a history of health problems, died soon after. The video includes an interview with Orta, who filmed the incident on Staten Island.

Director and Reporter: Paul Moakley
Camera: Ramsey Orta
Edited by: Raymond Chu
Story by: Josh Sanburn
Executive Producers: Kira Pollack and Ian Orefice
Organisation: Time

2ND PRIZE SHORT FEATURE: Fighting Ebola Outbreak Street by Street

© Ben C. Solomon, The New York Times

Health care systems in Monrovia were unable to keep up with Ebola as it quickly spread between communities. Some local ambulance workers were infected with the virus, while others were attacked for not getting to patients in time. This film follows ambulance nurse Gordon Kamara and his crew at the height of the Ebola outbreak in September 2014.

Producer/Video Journalist: Ben C. Solomon
Senior Producer: Richard Tanner
Organisation: The New York Times

3RD PRIZE SHORT FEATURE: At the Gates of Europe

© Carlos Spottorno

The consequences of conflicts related to the Arab Spring, such as the wars in Libya and Syria, have triggered a massive wave of refugees. On 3 October 2013, 366 immigrants trying to reach the Italian island of Lampedusa drowned in the Mediterranean Sea. Shortly after, the Italian government launched Operation Mare Nostrum, involving five Italian navy war ships and other additional resources. This short documentary follows a search and rescue operation of nearly 200 immigrants, mainly from Pakistan and Syria, who were found drifting in the sea between Lampedusa and Tunisia. The film ends with rare footage of the refugee centre of Mineo, Sicily, the largest of its kind in Europe, where many rescued by the Italian navy end up.

Video: Carlos Spottorno
Script: Guillermo Abril
Edition: Carlos Spottorno
Music: José Bautista / Kansei Sounds
Organisation: El País Semanal


© MediaStorm. A still image from The Long Night

Set in Seattle, Washington, USA, and unfolding over several years, The Long Night explores the crisis of minors entangled in the American sex trade. The film weaves together the stories of seven people whose lives have been forever changed by this issue. The viewer is submerged into the experience of what it has been like for Natalie and Lisa to survive this life; for Tom and Nacole to watch their daughter slip out of their hands; and for Andy and his fellow police officers, Brian and Joel, to try and create a more just system.

Director: Tim Matsui
Produced by: MediaStorm
Cinematography: Tim Matsui
Field Producer: Tim Matsui
Editor and Producer: Tim McLaughlin
Additional Cinematography: Carey Wagner
Motion Graphics: Joe Fuller
Composer: Nandi Rose Plunkett
Player Design & Development: Tim Klimowicz, Shameel Arafin, David Kofahl
Social Media: Eileen Mignoni, Cortney Cleveland
Partnership Development: Samia Khan
Executive Producer: Brian Storm
Organisation: MediaStorm


© Charles Ommanney

The border the United States shares with Mexico is nearly 2,000 miles long and is comprised of numerous natural and man-made barriers. The construction of the most significant man-made barrier, “The Fence” started in 2006, has cost more than 3 billion dollars and spans around 700miles (1,126km). This documentary, made in June 2014, follows the residents, border patrol agents and immigrants who pass back and forth across the border every day. It explores their feelings about The Fence and investigates what it has achieved as an instrument of immigration reform.

Director: Charles Ommanney
Photography, Video & Sound: Charles Ommanney
Editor: Andrew Hida
Producer: Andrew Hida
Executive Producers: Richard Wolffe & Amy Pereira
Organisation: Reportage for Getty Images for


© MediaStorm. A still image from Net Café Refugees

The recession of the 1990s increased the pressure on Japanese white-collar workers, instilling a fear-based culture where even working long hours does not guarantee job security, or a salary adequate to rent an apartment. Over the last decade, it has become common for many in Japan to use Internet cafés as living quarters.

Director, Photography and Video, Producer: Shiho Fukada
Editor and Producer: Eric Maierson
Associate Producer: Arkasha Stevenson
Motion Graphics: Joe Fuller
Executive Producer: Brian Storm
Organisation: MediaStorm


© The Skin Deep. A still image from {The And}

{The And} is an interactive documentary that explores the dynamics of modern relationships by bringing the viewer into the emotional space of real life couples. The title refers to the intangibles that connect people. Each viewer starts their experience by answering four questions. The answers generate a 90-second bespoke documentary film comprising segments of interviews with real couples and intended to open within the viewer a new window of thought about relationships.

{The And} is presented by The Skin Deep in collaboration with Deep Focus and Topaz Adizes.

Director/Writer: Topaz Adizes Creative Director/Writer: Nathan Phillips

The Skin Deep:
Producers: Julia Gorbach, Heran Abate
Associate Producer: Carla Tramullas
Camera Operator: Topaz Adizes
Camera Assistants: Adhat Campos, Julia Gorbach
Editor: Christopher McNabb
Additional Editors: Armando Croda, Sebastian Diaz
Sound Editor: Dan Dzula
Colour Correction: Na Thirakomen
Production Assistants: Chloe Levine, Alex Gorbach, Ayla Wayman

Deep Focus:
Executive Creative Director: Jeff Sikaitis
Design: Mikell Fine Iles
Developers: Mark Edgington, Jerry Bai, Ricky Bacon
Digital Producer: Jordan Makow
Project Manager: Ryan Rulli
QA: Sara Tabor

2015 Multimedia Contest

The multimedia contest is set up separately from the annual photojournalism contest: different rules of entry apply, and the entries are judged by different teams of jury members, overviewed this year by chair Marianne Lévy-Leblond.

The entries, the judging and the jury

The judging was conducted at the World Press Photo office in Amsterdam, where the jury viewed all the entries and discussed their merits over a period of six days. This year, 352 productions were submitted to the contest: 221 Short Features, 73 Long Features, and 58 Interactive Documentaries.

The Jury

  • Chair: Marianne Lévy-Leblond, France, Head of Web Productions and Transmedia Projects, ARTE France
  • Dan Chung, UK, cameraman, multimedia journalist and blogger
  • Hussain Currimbhoy, Australia/USA, documentary programmer Sundance Film Festival
  • Barbara Davidson, Canada, staff photojournalist, Los Angeles Times
  • Bob Sacha, USA, Tow Professor of Visual Journalism, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • Samuel Bollendorff, France, photojournalist and interactive documentary director
  • Louis-Richard Tremblay, Canada, producer National Film Board of Canada (NFB)
  • Adnaan Wasey, USA, executive producer POV Digital, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
  • Sarah Wolozin, USA, director Open Documentary Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • Secretary: David Griffin, USA, owner DGriffinStudio


The first place winner in each category will be awarded a cash award of €1,500 and a Golden Eye Award. Winners of second and third prizes receive a Golden Eye Award and a diploma. The awards will be presented at the Awards Ceremony on Friday 24 April 2015 in Amsterdam. For further information please click here.

The prize-winning productions will be presented with the winning images of the 2015 Photo Contest in De Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 18 April – 5 July 2015. More information about the exhibition can be found here. For an overview of all the winning productions, visit the 2015 Multimedia Contest gallery here.

  • World Press Photo receives support from the Dutch Postcode Lottery and is sponsored worldwide by Canon.