Award winning film maker Fiona Lloyd-Davies is one of the UK's most experienced foreign documentary and current affairs programme makers. She has been making films about human rights issues in areas of conflict since 1992; working in Bosnia, Iraq, Pakistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and many other locations. Her film about Honour Killing in Pakistan “License to Kill” for BBC2 brought a change in the law in Pakistan and was awarded a Royal Television Society award for Best International Journalism. Her second RTS was awarded for her collaboration with Salam Pax, the Baghdad Blogger. Together they made over twenty unique films about everyday life in Iraq. Recently Fiona has focussed on making films revealing the continued horrors in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. She is currently making a Panorama, the BBC's flagship current affairs programme.
Television by Blakeway for BBC Producer
Field of Hope
Documentary by Studio 9 Films for Al Jazeera English Producer/ director & cinematographer
Documentary by Studio 9 Films for REDRESS Producer/ director & cinematographer
Royal Television Society Innovation
European Online Journalism Award for best investigative series
Royal Television Society Best International Journalism