The 8th World Report Award by the Festival of Ethical Photography has announced the shortlist for this year’s prizes and three DMJX student projects are shortlisted in several categories.
Picture from Ulrik Hasemann’s story “Stuck At Belgrade Station”, which is shortlisted for the Spotlight Award at the 8th World Report Award.
Two students are shortlisted for the Spotlight Award:
Ulrik Hasemann is shortlisted for his 8th term visual project “Stuck At Belgrade Station”.
Lukas Kreibig is shortlisted for his final diploma project “Uummannaq – The Heart Of A Seal”.
Picture from Lukas Kreibig’s story “Uummannaq – The Heart Of A Seal”, which is shortlisted three categories at the 8th World Report Award.
Lukas Kreibig is also shortlisted for the Master Award with the same project.
Picture from Mikkel Hørlyck’s story “The Neglected”, which is shortlisted for the Student Award at the 8th World Report Award.
Finally, three out of the ten finalists for the Student Award are from DMJX:
Mikkel Hørlyck for his third term project “The Neglected”.
And once again both Ulrik Hasemann with “Stuck At Belgrade Station” and Lukas Kreibig with “Uummannaq – The Heart Of A Seal”.
The finalists are chosen among 900 submissions from 50 different countries and five continents. The winners will be announced at the festival, which will be held in Lodi, Italy in October 2018.