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Anaïs López published two books in 2013: “Only in Burundi” and “In the beginning no bird sang”. Both projects were nominated for the Dutch Doc Award. “Only Burundi” has been on display at the Stedelijk Museum as part of the exhibition “On the Move”. Her earlier work has been exhibited in the Tropenmuseum and Photo Ville New York. Her work has also appeared in numerous media, including Nrc.next and HP/De Tijd. Anais completed her Master’s Degree in 2010 in Photography at the AKV / St Joost, Breda. She followed a Magnum mentorship and was a member of the World Press Photo Workshop.
Interview Dutch Doc about Only in Burundi: https://vimeo.com/96178960
Movie of the book ‘Only in Burundi’:
Anisleidy Martinez grew up in Cuba and went to boarding school there. She studied communications at the University of Havana and received training as a professional video producer at the College of MultiMedia in Amsterdam, where she lives since 2009. She works for ZoominTV. Her first project is shown on: http://www.mijndiamantbuurt.nl/
Paulien Bakker is author of the book “A romantic people”, about the people of the Iraqi city of Kirkuk. She also works as Director of the Initiative for Narrative Journalism in the Netherlands. As a freelance journalist, she writes mainly for Dutch media outlets like De Volkskrant and Vrij Netherlands. Her work was also published on Narratively. Paulien studied Journalism (Bachelor’s) and Psychology (Master’s Degree).
Video: Hello Baghdad (http://vimeo.com/99838790)
Earlier work: Correspondent: https://decorrespondent.nl/1654/Zo-zie-je-Bagdad-maar-zelden/168368385834-6c136380
Long Form: http://narrative.ly/stories/the-lonely-psychiatrist-of-sadr-city/