2010 Time Warner Storytelling Fellowship

On a chilly Friday in New York, a group of acclaimed photographers were brought together to discuss their journey to becoming documentary filmmakers. The panel discussion was programmed by the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program (DFP) as part of the inaugural Doc NYC Festival. Inspired in part by the DFP partnership with the Open Society Institute and its longtime commitment to both photography and documentary film, the conversation, moderated by DFP Senior Consultant Bruni Burres, Academy Award winner Zana Briski, Mary Ann Smothers Bruni, and Pulitzer Prize winner David Turnley discussed their transition from still image to moving image storytelling.

  • Credits

David Turnley


Zana Briski


Mary Ann Smothers Bruni


Bruni Burres

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