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The New Yorker wins its first Emmy, for “Reeducated”

the new yorker He won his first Emmy Award on Thursday, in the Outstanding Interactive Media category, for “Reeducated,” a virtual reality documentary that takes viewers inside one of China’s “reeducation” camps in Xinjiang. The award was presented on the second documentary-focused night of the News & Documentary Emmy Awards.

Guided by the memories of three men who were incarcerated together in the same facility, “Reeducated,” directed by Sam Wolson, uses hours of first-hand testimony, combined with hand-drawn animation by Matt Huynh, to piece together what is likely to be the largest mass internment. of ethnic and religious minorities since the Second World War. The report of the film was in charge of Ben Mauk, whose companion New Yorker The story, “Inside Xinjiang’s Prison State,” received two online journalism awards in 2021. The film’s lead animator and technical supervisor, Nicholas Rubin, and its composer and sound designer, Jon Bernson, worked to capture the visual experience and hearing of the detention center. .

“The New Yorker The team behind this stunning and disturbing film deeply understands the power of visual journalism, and they saw an innovative way to portray one of the most horrific human rights abuses of the modern era,” David Remnick, editor of the new yorkersaid.

Based on the eyewitness testimony of Erbaqyt Otarbai, Orynbek Koksebek, and Amanzhan Seituly, “Reeducated” documents China’s continuing persecution of Uyghurs, Kazakhs, and other predominantly Muslim minorities. The film premiered at SXSW, taking home a special recognition from the jury, and has since been screened at the Venice Film Festival and dozens of other festivals around the world.

The film was supported by the Pulitzer Center, the Eyebeam Center for the Future of Journalism, and the Online News Association. ♦



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