Matteo Bastianelli (b. 1985) is a freelance documentary photographer and filmmaker based in Rome, Italy. He is a member of Italy's National Order of Journalists since 2009. Above all he works on long-term projects, with a keen interest in consequences of wars, focusing on the theme of memory and identity. "The Bosnian Identity" is his first book and documentary film. His projects have been published and commissioned by a number of media outlets, NGOs and magazines, such as Al Jazeera, CNN, Der Spiegel, Human Rights Watch, ICRC, International New York Times, Lens - The New York Times, L'Espresso, La Repubblica, MSF, National Geographic, Newsweek, Stern, TIME Lightbox, among others. His projects have been awarded and shown in Belgium, Brazil, Estonia, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, The Netherlands and USA. His Yemen project has been published in the August 2018 issue of National Geographic Magazine.
2016 - American Photography Awards, Winner , 2016 - Tokyo International Photo Award, 2016 - Lumix Multimedia Award Finalist, 2015 - Italian Doc Screenings award, 2015 - Fotovisura Grant, 2015 - CineEco International Film Festival, 2014 - PixPalace-Visas ANI award, 2014 - Photocrati Fund, 2013 - Marco Bastianelli Prize for the Best First Book, 2013 - Vittorio de Seta Prize for best documentary film, 2013 - Emerging Talent Award, 2013 - Doc/it Professional Award, 2012 - Lumix Multimedia Award, 2012 - International Photography Awards, 2012 - Honorary membership , 2011 - NPPA, Best of photojournalism, 2010 - Canon Young Photographers Prize, Best project, 2010 - Emerging Photographer Grant, 2010 - PDNs Photo Annual winner
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