Lam Woo Foundation Senior Reporters-in-Residence Scheme - Tim Matsui
林護紀念基金資深記者駐校計劃 2016

  • SRIR 2016Open or Close

    Mr. Tim Matsui

    Tim Matsui is a visual journalist and filmmaker focusing on human trafficking, alternative energy and the environment.

    Tim tells stories for non-profits, news organizations and companies. He specializes in developing and producing social-media ready projects with character-driven narratives and universal themes built on the tenets of journalism.

    Tim has won numerous awards for his work, including a World Press Photo award, Pictures of the Year International award and a NPPA award for his documentary film “The Long Night”. He is also Emmy and Webby nominated and has won several journalism and social justice impact grants.


  • ScheduleOpen or Close
    Sharing Sessions
     
    Journalism as a Profession and a Responsibility
    Date: Sept 26 (Mon)
    Time: 10:00-11:20am
    Venue: CVA517
       
    Movie Screening and Q&A with the Director: “The Long Night”

    “The Long Night is an award-winning documentary by journalist Tim Matsui that follows two young American women as they struggle to leave a life of sex work and addiction.”
    Date: Sept 27 (Tue)
    Time: 3:30-5:30pm
    Venue: AAB611
     
    Visual Journalism Workshop
    Date: Sept 28 (Wed)
    Time: 10:30-1:00pm
    Venue: CVA703
     
    Visual Journalism and Digital Storytelling Panel discussion
    Date: Sept 29 (Thur)
    Time: 11:30-1:30pm
    Venue: CVA1022
    Moderator: Dean CK Cox, Multimedia Journalist
    Guest speakers:
    Claudia Hinterseer is a Senior Multimedia Producer at China Daily Asia with over 16 years’ experience in the field of visual storytelling as founder of NOOR documentary photo agency, picture editor at NRC Handelsblad newspaper and project manager of the World Press Photo foundation’s communication and education departments. Claudia runs multimedia workshops, judges international photo contests, lectures and reviews at video and photojournalism events. She has an MA in Visual Anthropology from the University of Amsterdam.
    Jonah M. Kessel is a cinematographer, filmmaker and staff video journalist with The New York Times. His work in short-form documentary storytelling focuses on rights abuse, international development and the human condition around the globe. Jonah has contributed to a Pulitzer Prize winning series in explanatory journalism, been awarded the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Justice and Human Rights reporting, The Edwin Hoop Diplomatic Award for Broadcast Journalism and received multiple Human Rights Press Awards from Amnesty International.
    In 2015 and 2016, he received 2nd and 3rd place awards as Multimedia Journalist of the Year from Pictures of the Year International (POYi), the oldest, largest and most highly respected photojournalism contest in the world. Jonah has traveled to and made films in over 40 countries.
    Journalism as a Profession and a Responsibility
    Date: Sept 29 (Thur)
    Time: 2:30-4:00pm
    Venue: CVA703
     
  • About SRIROpen or Close

    Funded by Lam Woo Foundation Limited, Lam Woo Foundation Senior Reporters-in-Residence Scheme was launch in 2013. The Department invites at least two seasoned journalists from local and overseas to join us on campus for two to three weeks. They give lectures, lead small group discussions, do demonstrations and share their experiences.

    In this way students can learn more about the latest developments in the news industry. At the same time, media practitioners can be inspired through the contacts with a group of future journalists.

  • ContactOpen or Close

    新聞與社會研究所

    Institute for Journalism and Society

    School of Communication

    Tel: 3411 5078

    Email: emilyy@hkbu.edu.hk

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