This film screened 14th October 2016.
Documentary films have the power to expose corruption, criminality and the darker parts of the human experience. They can both destroy lives and vindicate victims. They even have the power to change the law. Legal and ethical obligations as well as responsible handling of research and undercover work will be central to this discussion chaired by journalist and broadcaster, Áine Lawlor.
Conor Horgan (Director, The Queen of Ireland), Andrea Martin (Media Lawyer) and Ides Debruyne (Managing Director, journalismfund.eu) will tease out the challenges of bringing controversial and sensitive stories to the screen.