fbpx
    Loading posts...
  • How to create social impact with your filmmaking

    The world is changing rapidly, encouraging us all to reflect on our priorities and make better use of the tools we still have available to us. In this guest blog, Egbert Wits from EngageMedia reflects on how filmmakers can harness the power of online video as a tool for social change.   In these strange…

  • The Stories That Made Me… with Eve Watling

    From format, style and imagery, to behind the scenes etiquette, as an aspiring journalist or doc filmmaker you can learn a lot by exposing yourself to a wide range of different work. We asked our Fellows to share the stories that most influenced them.   Throughout the call for applications to the One World Media…

  • A letter to my younger self • Yen Duong

    Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Given the chance, what advice would you give your younger self? We asked journalist, photographer and One World Media award winner, Yen Duong to take a trip down memory lane and share the advice she wishes she’d received as a young journalist.   Hello there, I hope you are well.…

  • A letter to my younger self • Ruona Meyer

    Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Given the chance, what advice would you give your younger self? We asked investigative journalist and One World Media award winner, Ruona Meyer to take a trip down memory lane and share the advice she wishes she’d received as a young journalist.   Dear You, You’ll question why you chose…

  • The Docs That Made Me… with Ali Sargent

    From form, pace and style, to sound and framing, as a new doc filmmaker you can learn a lot by watching a wide range of documentaries. We asked our Fellows to share the films that most influenced them.   Throughout the call for applications to the One World Media Fellowship, we will be learning about…

  • 6 tips for journalists starting out in the industry

    This is a notoriously difficult industry to get started in, so we spoke to some experts to get their top tips!     Sometimes it can be impossible to know which stories to follow, when to stand your ground and when to call it a day. With the call for applications to the One World…

  • A Guide to Entering the One World Media Awards

    From category overviews and past winners to entry tips from our Awards team, this is your handy guide to entering the One World Media Awards!   With just a few days left to enter the One World Media Awards 2020, it’s time to knuckle down and finish up your awards entry (or entries)! To help…

  • Q+A with the judges of the One World Media Awards

    If you could ask award judges anything, what would it be? To help inspire you to complete your entry, we asked a few of this year’s judges some of our most frequently asked questions…   Whilst we countdown the final days of the call for entries to the One World Media Awards 2020, we spoke…

  • 5 underreported stories you should read this January

    Original and creative storytelling has the power to break down stereotypes, change the narrative and connect people from different cultures. This January catch up on some of our favourite underreported stories from the past year.   From an all-female police squad in Jaipur to cough syrup addiction in Nigeria, these stories highlight underreported issues or…

  • 6 Tips For Pitching Your Investigative Story

    Investigative journalism holds power to account. It tackles big subjects through deep reporting that uncovers the truth and provokes change. But how do you pitch your story once you’ve uncovered something?     To help you get your story through the door, we’ve asked some of the industry’s top editors from Channel 4, The Telegraph,…