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Comment by Humanitarian Media Foundation (HMF) on June 7, 2008 at 2:58am
Please find below information regarding submissions of for the Art and Photographic Exhibition during our 2008 Humanitarian Media Foundation International Film/Media Festival & Conference (December 10-14, 2008, NYC, Tribeca Cinemas, Gallery & event spaces). $15,000 total in awards.

- Art/Photography Submissions began Wednesday, May 28, 2008. (Deadline August 1, 2008)
For further information, please see

Prizes: Audience Awards:

1) Art
2) Fine Art Photography
3) Photojournalism

Please know we would welcome submissions from the Brooklyn Art Project. The work on here is truly and warmly extraordinary.

Warmest regards,
K.J. Wetherholt
The Humanitarian Media Foundation (HMF)


May 28, 2008



New York / Los Angeles – The Humanitarian Media Foundation (HMF), which launched officially May 1, 2008, has announced the dates for its Call for Entries and Call for Papers for the 2008 HMF International Film/Media Festival & Conference which will be held in New York City December 10-14, 2008 in part at the Tribeca Cinemas, Gallery and Event spaces.

- The 2008 Call for Entries for the Art/Photographic Exhibition, to be held at the Tribeca Cinemas Gallery during the Festival & Conference will begin today, May 28, 2008

- The 2008 Call for Entries for the HMF Film Festival portion will begin early entries on June 15, 2008.

- The 2008 Call for Papers for the HMF Media Conference will begin June 15, 2008.

Further information may be found on the HMF website:

The 2008 HMF International Film/Media Festival & Conference will include:

1) A high-profile international, competitive film festival for international film, both narrative and documentary, in short and long forms, with sidebars representing specific humanitarian crises.

2) Art/Photographic gallery openings and exhibitions, from among internationally-known artists and photojournalists, both to explore critical humanitarian crises and subject matter, and to raise funds for the issues themselves.

3) A high-profile conference among international policy institutions, international journalists, news agencies, new media companies, representatives of social media and Web 2.0, filmmakers and documentarians, humanitarian NGO's and aid agencies to better facilitate collaboration critical to humanitarian media exposure.

The Humanitarian Media Foundation (HMF), a non-partisan, non-sectarian 501(c)(3) entity in the United States, employs and multiple forms of media (film, television, journalism, photojournalism, new media, art, photography, music) to explore aspects of domestic and international humanitarian crises, issues and histories; raise awareness for humanitarian matters; encourage collaboration among media entities and international stakeholders; and facilitate change in areas where it is most needed.

Scope of Humanitarian Matters: Including, without limitation: refugee crises, medical relief, human rights, war, genocide, debt relief, cross-cultural and political conflict, other war crimes and international criminal tribunals, indigenous populations and conflicts within and without their communities, and humanitarian needs during natural disasters.

For further information about the HMF, including interviews with the HMF Co-Founder/Board Chairman, please contact us at

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