Winning titles were announced on Friday, 19 May and are on display at

Photo London, Somerset House, 18 -21 May 2017

Best Moving Image Book

Shortlist

  • Howard Hawkes: New Perspectives by Ian Brookes (BFI/Palgrave)
  • Anatomy of Sound: Norman Corwin and Media Authorship by Jacob Smith and Neil Verman, eds. (University of California Press)   WINNER
  • Stealing the Show: African American Performers and Audiences in 1930s Hollywood by Miriam Petty (University of California Press)

Longlist

  • Girls Will be Boys: Cross-dressed Women, Lesbians, and American Cinema, 1908-1934 by Laura Horak (Rutgers University Press)
  • Performing Femininity: Woman as Performer in Early Russian Cinema by Rachael Morley (IB Tauris)
  • Film History as Media Archeology by Thomas Elsaesser (Amsterdam University Press)
  • Precarious Creativity: Global Media, Local Labor by Anton Kaes, Nicholas Baer, Michael Cowan, eds. (University of California Press)
  • Sergei M. Eisenstein: Notes for a General History of Cinema by Naum Kleiman, Antonio Somaini, eds (Amsterdam University Press)
  • Beyond a Joke: Parody in English Film and Television Comedy by Neil Archer (IB Tauris)
  • Hollywood is Everywhere: Global Directors in the Blockbuster Era by Mehlis Behlil (Amsterdam University Press)

 Best Photography Book

Shortlist

  • Looking for Alice by David Chandler Sian Davey (Trolley)
  • Provoke: Between Protest and Performance by Diane Dafour, Duncan Forbes, Matthew Witkovsky, eds. (Steidl)   WINNER
  • Adam Golfer: A House Without a Roof by Adam Golfer (Booklyn)

Longlist

  • Sugar Paper Theories by Professor Gisli Gudjónsson, Jack Latham (Here Press)
  • The House of The Seven Women by Tito Mouraz (Dewi Lewis) 
  • Magic Party Place by A.E. Alexander, CJ Clarke, Dennis Hayes (Kehrer Verlag)
  • Robert Mapplethorpe: The Archive by Frances Turpak, Michele Brunnick, eds. (Getty Research Institute)
  • Maximilian Stejskal – Folklig Idrott by Marie-Isabel Vogel and Alain Rappaport,eds. (Edition Patrick Frey)
  • Highway Kind by Justine Kurland, Lynne Tillman (Aperture)
  • The Altering Eye: Photographs from the National Gallery of Art by Sarah Greenough, ed. (Thames and Hudson)