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The Tip Off Podcast – LIVE!

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Vue Cinema London - Piccadilly

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Backlash and Criticism in Investigative Documentary

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Join award-winning podcast THE TIP OFF's host Maeve McClenaghan for a deep dive into the world of investigative documentary-making. Specialising in the stories behind the headlines; the grit, sweat, and fearlessness it took to obtain important exposés. In a special live recording, three filmmakers from our programme discuss the post-release process of handling media response, critical backlash, and protecting/championing sources, especially when personal relationships have been established between you and the film's participants which are then put into the public sphere.

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Screening: Saturday 21st September 16:30 | Saturday 21st September 17:30

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Tristan Loraine - Producer, Fact Not Fiction Films

After a career as an Airline Captain, Tristan Loraine re- trained as a Director / Producer at NFTS and established his award-winning production company Fact Not Fiction Films in November 2006. Tristan’s current investigative documentary Everybody Flies (2019) addresses a question not many passengers ever consider: ‘Is the air you breathe on a plane safe?

Phyllis Ellis - Writer/Director of Toxic Beauty

Phyllis Ellis is an award winning writer, director, producer and actor. She was honoured with the prestigious, Donald Brittain Award, for Best Social/Political Documentary film, About Her. TOXIC Beauty, a Hot Docs Big Idea film, has international theatrical distribution. Ellis is in production on WOMEN, a feature doc scheduled for release in 2020.

Leana Hosea - Director, Writer & Producer of Thirst for Justice

In her first independent documentary ‘Thirst For Justice’, Leana Hosea discovered radioactive waste on the Navajo reservation hotter than Chernobyl and explored the public health impacts. Leana is currently an investigative journalist at BBC London news and has worked for 12 years for BBC global news. For her BBC film 'Rhino Wars' Leana persuaded poachers to talk about their trade openly on camera for the first time and is among the few journalists to film inside Qatar's squalid labour camps.

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Maeve McClenaghan - Tip Off Podcast

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