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License

Many MediaStorm projects are available to license for a variety of uses, including broadcast, web, mobile, educational and physical exhibitions. Below are a few examples of MediaStorm projects that have been licensed for use by other organizations.


Email Us if you'd like to license any of our projects or our video playback technology.




Web Licensing

Slate: Never Coming Home

Never Coming Home

For each of the more than four thousand U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq, there is an American family undone by grief. Never Coming Home takes us inside these families, to meet the people and sift through the emotions that are left behind.

NPR: Curse of the Black Gold

Curse of the Black Gold

Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta takes a graphic look at the profound cost of oil exploitation in West Africa.



msnbc: Black Market

Black Market

The sale of bear paws, crocodile hearts, and other rare animal parts form the world's third-largest illegal market. Black Market explores the human passions and ancient beliefs that drive the trade and threaten its most endangered species.

msnbc: Kingsley's Crossing

Kingsley's Crossing

Kingsley's Crossing is the story of one man's dream to leave the poverty of life in Africa for the promised land of Europe. We walk in his shoes, as photojournalist Olivier Jobard accompanies Kingsley on his uncertain and perilous journey.

msnbc: Iraqi Kurdistan

Iraqi Kurdistan

Since the fall of Saddam Hussein, Iraq has been a landscape of bloodshed and chaos. Yet in the northern region of Kurdistan, people now live stable lives. Iraqi Kurdistan takes us into daily life there, and celebrates the beauty of peace.


Physical Exhibitions

Aperture | New York
gallery: Intended Consequences

Intended Consequences

In Rwanda, in 1994, Hutu militia committed a bloody genocide, murdering one million Tutsis. Many of the Tutsi women were spared, only to be held captive and repeatedly raped. Many became pregnant. Intended Consequences tells their stories.

Nederlands Fotomususeum | Rotterdam, the Netherlands
gallery: Kingsley's Crossing

Kingsley's Crossing

Kingsley's Crossing is the story of one man's dream to leave the poverty of life in Africa for the promised land of Europe. We walk in his shoes, as photojournalist Olivier Jobard accompanies Kingsley on his uncertain and perilous journey.


Festivals

Fotokasty - A Review | Kraków, Poland

Fotokasty - A Review: international multimedia photostories were presented from 21st to 22nd May 2010 as a accompany event to the Photomonth in Krakow. First day of the review works from internationally acclaimed organizations MediaStorm and VII Photo Agency were presented to the public in front of the wall of the Hotel Astoria in Kazimierz. Some of the multimedia pieces (such as Marlboro Marine by MediaStorm) were presented also on the second day together with the choosen works of the Polish authors. The screening took place at Camelot & FIM Gallery.

festival: Marlboro Marine

The Marlboro Marine

The Marlboro Marine is a three part series produced for the Los Angeles Times, that tells the story behind Luis Sinco's photograph of soldier James Blake Miller and his struggle as he tries to rebuild his life after a tour of duty.

Anthropographia 2010: Human Rights & Photography at the New York Photo Festival | New York

Anthropographia's aim is to create new spaces for photojournalism that encourages the promotion of human rights, exposes social injustice, and underlines the multiple realities of our current world. The quality of the 24 chosen photojournalism essays, selected by a prestigious jury, testifies to the undeniable strength that the still image has on human consciousness. This collection of works is a perfect example of the power of photography and multimedia to communicate and inform about human rights issues in an incredibly effective way.

festival: Intended Consequences

Intended Consequences

In Rwanda, in 1994, Hutu militia committed a bloody genocide, murdering one million Tutsis. Many of the Tutsi women were spared, only to be held captive and repeatedly raped. Many became pregnant. Intended Consequences tells their stories.