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WFTV Q&A: The World’s Biggest Murder Trial: Nuremberg, panel with Director Jenny Ash, Ch5 Commissioning Editor Denise Seneviratne and Archive Producer, Fran Rowlatt-McCormick

26th November 2020 18:00

Thursday 26 November | 18:00-19:00

Join us online via Zoom.us | Viewing details will be sent with your Eventbrite confirmation

Join WFTV for a panel discussion with director Jenny Ash, Channel 5 commissioning editor Denise Seneviratne and archive producer Fran Rowlatt-McCormick, the female team behind the new documentary The World’s Biggest Murder Trial: Nuremberg and an exclusive opportunity to watch a preview of the film.

2020 marks 75 years since the biggest murder trial in history took place in Nuremberg, Germany. At a series of military tribunals, leading Nazis were prosecuted for crimes that caused the death of millions during World War II, facing prosecutors from Britain, America, France, and the Soviet Union. Bringing together archive footage from the trials and a wide range of interviewees, the film reveals an insight into the courtroom.

In this event hosted by Emma Bullimore, the panel will be talking about the making of the documentary and the historical significance of Nuremberg trials then and now.

The panel discussion will be followed by an audience Q&A. This event is open to WFTV members and non-members.

 

Speakers

Jenny AshJenny Ash, Director

Jenny Ash is a director, whose previous films include the critically acclaimed Me and My Penis, 100 Vaginas and Angry White and American with writer and journalist Gary Younge which was Grierson nominated. His encounter with white Supremacist Richard Spencer went viral on social media with over 11 million hits before the film even aired.

Jenny’s father’s family escaped from Nazi Germany. Her aunt, Anne Goodwin, worked as a translator in Nuremberg as a teenager just after the war.

 

Denise SeneviratneDenise Seneviratne, Commissioning Editor, Channel 5

Denise Seneviratne is Commissioning Editor at Channel 5 and is responsible for factual genre commissions. She reports directly into Ben Frow, Director of Programmes, ViacomCBS Networks UK.

Seneviratne’s slate focuses on popular factual series such as Bargain Loving Brits in the Sun and upcoming Caravan Park and Gypsy Life for Me. Documentaries include Our Valley Family, How to Have a Better Orgasm, Fighting My Food Addiction and the upcoming The Yorkshire Ripper: The Untold Story, in addition to flagship series such as The Yorkshire Vet and Around the World by Train with Tony Robinson.

 

 

Fran Rowlatt-McCormick, Archive Producer 

During a career of nearly 30 years in the media business specialising in archive production, Fran has worked on a variety of award-winning feature documentaries. After working in the BBC, Fran established her archive company RMC Media Partnership in 2016.

Recently Fran has worked on A Dangerous Dynasty: House of Assad. She has previously worked on Bobby Sands: 66 Days, the highest-grossing feature doc released in Irish Cinemas, on the Emmy nominated No Stone Unturned; and on the BAFTA-nominated Maiden, the story of sailor Tracy Edwards.

 

Host

Emma BullimoreEmma Bullimore

Emma Bullimore is an entertainment journalist and has been writing about television for more than 10 years, for publications including The Independent, Radio Times, TV Times and The Mirror. She frequently appears on radio and television, including BBC Breakfast, BBC 5Live, Times Radio and Radio 4’s Front Row, as well as being the resident TV critic on Jo Whiley’s Radio 2 show. She regularly chairs live events for organisation such as BAFTA, the BFI and the BBC.

 

Event Schedule: 

17:55: Please join webinar

18:00-18:45: Panel discussion

18:45-19:00: Audience Q&A

 

How will the online event work?

To receive a screening link to watch The World’s Biggest Murder Trial: Nuremberg in advance of the Q&A event, attendees must register for this event by 16:00 on Wednesday 25 November.

The Q&A will be live streamed via Zoom.us. Viewing details will be sent via your Eventbrite confirmation.

Live stream participants will be visible to others and you will be muted throughout the session. After the talk, there will be an opportunity for audience members to ask their questions to the speaker by using the chat icon.

 

This event is for all women working in the film and television industry and is open to WFTV members and non-members.

WFTV members, please log-in to your WFTV account and sign up via the Eventbrite link below this listing.

Non-members, please register for the event via Eventbrite here.

If you are not a member of WFTV and would like to join, membership costs just £100 + VAT/yr for those living within the M25, and £50+ VAT/yr for those living outside of this area, please click here or email admin@wftv.org.uk

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