Posts Tagged ‘“Post Megantic”’

2015 Lange-Taylor Prizewinning “Post Mégantic” Exhibit Opens December 5

2015 Lange-Taylor Prizewinning "Post Mégantic" Exhibit Opens December 5

Opening December 5, Center for Documentary Studies will host an exhibition of photographs from Post Mégantic, Michel Huneault’s 2015 Lange-Taylor prizewinning project on a small town in Quebec that was the site of Canada’s deadliest train disaster in 150 years. His project of remembrance garnered Huneault CDS’s prestigious Lange-Taylor Prize in 2015; the $10,000 annual award supports documentary artists involved in ongoing […]


Enjoy Online: Winter 2016 Issue of “Document”

Enjoy Online: Winter 2016 Issue of “Document”

The quarterly publication Document features some of the best documentary work supported and produced by the Center for Documentary Studies. The current issue is now available online; scroll down to view. Highlights in the Winter 2016 issue include an interview with Dee Hibbert-Jones and Nomi Talisman, award-winning and Oscar-nominated creators of the animated short documentary Last Day of Freedom, an excerpt from 2015 […]


Michel Huneault Wins 2015 Lange-Taylor Prize for “Post Mégantic”

Michel Huneault Wins 2015 Lange-Taylor Prize for “Post Mégantic”

My collaborations with people in Mégantic echo through the work, which has become an active fragment of evolving collective memory. . . . —Michel Huneault on his prizewinning project  The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University has awarded the twenty-third Dorothea Lange–Paul Taylor Prize to Canadian documentary photographer Michel Huneault for Post Mégantic, his project […]