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Stefania Rousselle is an independent French-American video journalist and documentary filmmaker based in Paris, France.
Her work includes documentaries on terrorism in France, the European debt crisis, the rise of extremism in Europe, sex trafficking in Spain and immigration.
In 2016, she was part of a team of New York Times journalists who were finalists for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for international reporting for their work on the Islamic State. The same year, she was on the team of journalists who were awarded the Overseas Press Club’s David Kaplan Award for their coverage of the ISIS-led terrorist attacks in Paris.
For the last seven years, Rousselle has travelled extensively in Europe for The New York Times reporting, shooting and editing short documentaries. "Men: A Love Story" , a documentary she worked on as a DOP premiered at the Telluride Film Festival in September 2016.
Rousselle has won three Webby awards. In 2015, her work for The New York Times 36 Hours videos series was honored. In 2013, she won an honoree award for her reporting on sex trafficking in Spain. And in 2009, as a student in UC Berkeley, she was instrumental in building Mission Local, a hyper local news website in San Francisco that also won a Webby Award.
Rousselle taught a video journalism seminar at U.C. Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism in 2013 and was a multimedia coach with the MediaStorm crew at the Eddie Adams Workshop in 2009.
She was a Visiting Scholar at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and holds an MA in history from the Paris-Sorbonne University.
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