Writer, Producer, Director
Leslie Woodhead is a freelance television and film producer and director. During the 1970s, he pioneered the development of dramatized documentary on British television, specializing in investigative reconstructions of major East European stories. He made 10 films as producer or director for Granada Television's Disappearing World series in England, including documentaries on Africa, Nepal, the South Pacific and China. His two-hour special, Invasion, was the first British docudrama to be aired on American network television. From the mid-'80s, Woodhead developed a successful strand of dramatized documentaries with HBO in New York, a relationship he continues to this day.
Since leaving Granada in 1989 to pursue his own projects, Leslie Woodhead has directed major dramatized documentaries for the BBC and Granada Television, which were co-produced with HBO. These programs include a film about the downing of Pan Am flight 103 (Why Lockerbie? - An Investigation of an Air Disaster) and executive produced a film on the Exxon Valdez oil spill (Disaster at Valdez). Most recently he directed 444 Days, produced by Antelope Films for BBC2/The History Channel and the Terrence Malick-produced film Endurance for Walt Disney Pictures.
Leslie Woodhead is the author of A Box Full of Spirits, a book on his filmmaking in Africa, and is currently an Honorary Lecturer in visual anthropology at Manchester University in England.
Director of News and Public Affairs, Thirteen/WNET New York
Stephen Segaller is director of news and public affairs programming at Thirteen/WNET New York. Prior to his recent arrival at Thirteen, Mr. Segaller was director of national and international productions for Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB), where he produced Nerds 2.0.1: A Brief History of the Internet, and two other series featuring writer Bob Cringely, Triumph of the Nerds and Plane Crazy. For OPB, Mr. Segaller also served as executive producer of Eyewitness; Running Out of Time; A Question of Genes; and The Machines That Won the War.
Mr. Segaller has spent 20 years as a television producer working chiefly in journalism, current affairs and documentaries. His work in England includes current affairs television for London Weekend Television and Granada Television, and numerous documentaries and series for Channel 4. In the United States, his public television credits include the 1996 Emmy-winning documentary Return to the Lion's Den: Terry Anderson Returns to Lebanon; Rain of Ruin: The Bombing of Nagasaki (1995); and episodes of the 1992 series Columbus and the Age of Discovery. He is the author of three books: Invisible Armies: Terrorism into the 1990s; The Wisdom of the Dream: The World of C.G. Jung; and Nerds 2.0.1: A Brief History of the Internet.
Executive producer, Antelope Films
In addition to SREBRENICA: A CRY FROM THE GRAVE, Krishan Arora has produced or executive produced many documentaries and series for Antelope including: the 50-minute Kung Fu Business for BBC2's "Under the Sun" series; the 50-minute biography Howard Hughes: The Naked Emperor for Discovery Channel and Channel 4 (UK); 3-hour Cyberspace about the impact of new communications technologies for ITV, Télé Images and The Learning Channel; the 45-minute Chanting Millions about a Japanese cult for BBC; two 50-minute films for the Channel Four series "Arthouse," Rebel with a Cause and A Very British Psycho. He has previously produced and directed documentaries for BBC and Channel Four and was for two years editor/programmer for documentaries in the European public channel Arte.
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