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OneShot is a new digital format created by Worldcrunch, to tell the story of a single photograph in an immersive one-minute video.

Yemen

Watch: Cinq — Lorenzo Tugnoli, Yemen Humanitarian Crisis

"I try to tell what's happening, but I try to be considerate, and also make poetic and beautiful images. It's important to be sensitive, and acknowledge the complexity of what's going on." That's ...

Spain

Watch: OneShot — 80 Years Ago, End Of The Spanish Civil War

...and the beginning of Francisco Franco's decades of military dictatorship.

France

Watch: Cinq — Wilting Point By William Daniels

We are sharing a selection of 5 OneShot videos from the new book by acclaimed photojournalist William Daniels - Wilting Point. We've collected them in a single Cinq production. Working for the ...

Haiti

Watch: OneShot — UNICEF France's Water Night For Children In Haiti

Access to safe water is a universal right. Yet, it is far from being a reality. As part of the United Nations' World Water Day on March 22, UNICEF France created with the French Swimming ...

Egypt

Jailed Egyptian Photojournalist Shawkan Is Finally Free

After more than five years in prison, Egyptian photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid, a.k.a. Shawkan, is finally free. © Mohamed El Raai/DPA/ZUMA - March 4, 2019 OneShot is a new ...

Japan

Watch: OneShot — Raising The Flag On Iwo Jima, A Look Back

Six men, one flag: it is the defining image of the Greatest Generation. No bodies, no planes or tanks, and yet it has become one of the most recognizable images of that worldwide conflict that ...

France

Watch: OneShot — The Kaiser Of Fashion Leaves The Runway

"Legendary," "pioneering," "the savior of Chanel," "fashion icon..." Superlatives abound in international headlines as news outlets take a moment to pay homage to the German-born designer Karl ...

Kenya

Watch: OneShot — Rare Black Leopard Photo Caught In Darkness

"I (had) never seen a high-quality image of a wild black leopard come out of Africa," British wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas wrote recently. So he sprung to attention when word arrived ...