The documentary about the death of Princess Diana sells widely


British TV producer content kings and production finance broker and sales agent Silverlining Rights have revealed a slew of international pre-orders for Diana: The Ultimate Truth (1×60′), a documentary that explores the circumstances leading up to the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, 25 years ago. Despite a wrongful death sentence and two police investigations into the devastating accident, many questions remain about what happened and who is responsible. The documentary follows the journalist Mark Williams-Thomas whose investigation includes interviews with security experts; Metropolitan Police forensic accident investigators and photographers investigating the fatal car crash; and a new witness to the crash – all speaking for the first time – along with close friends of Princess Diana and individuals caught up in her infamous BBC Panorama interview.

The documentary was awarded to Reelz (USA), Paramount+ (UK), Foxtel’s Fox Docos (Australia), TV2 (Denmark), RTL Germany (Germany), Movistar (Spain), Talpa Networks (Netherlands), CBC Gem (Canada), DPG (Belgium), W9 (France), HSCC’s Channel Hot8 (Israel) and PCCW’s Now TV (Hong Kong) ahead of launch this summer.


British Film Exhibition Society We are likeness and Kenya’s Manyatta performances to produce Love letters to the cinema, a month-long hybrid event taking place in London and Bristol, UK, and Nairobi and Laikipia, Kenya, in July. The companies, along with filmmakers Wanjeri Gakuru, have curated a series of short films that create a conversation between the UK, Kenya and the wider East African region. The inaugural season includes seven films: A Birthday Party (Victoria Thomas, UK, 2021); “Appreciation” (Tomisin Adepeju, UK, 2018); “Bukikakkono” (“Facing North”) (Tukei Peter Muhumuza, Uganda, 2018); “I had to bury Cucu” (Philippa Ndisi-Herrmann, Kenya, 2018); “Lock Off” (Akwasi Poku, UK, 2021); “Love & Brain” (Semagngeta Aychiluhem, Ethiopia, 2020); and “Tithes and Offerings” (Tony Koros, Kenya, 2018).

In addition to in-person screenings, exhibits will showcase key elements from each film, from shot lists and scripts to props and storyboards. Following the physical events, the films will be available to watch online worldwide via We Are Parable’s VOD platform from July 25-31. The season will also feature podcasts featuring filmmakers from the program. Love Letters To Cinema is sponsored by the British Council and venue partners include Invisible Nairobi, Tafaria Castle & Center for the Arts and Rich mix. The documentary about the death of Princess Diana sells widely

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