Charlotte Metcalf is a leading British documentary film-maker. She has made controversial and often award-winning films on challenging topics in numerous countries, many of which were broadcast worldwide. The subjects of her films have ranged from drag queens to corporate criminals, from born-again Christians to prostitutes and drug addicts.
Politically too she has covered the spectrum, from party political broadcasts for Tony Blair, to Just William…and Ffion, the Channel 4 Hague profile which attracted so much attention.
Charlotte writes regularly for The Spectator and the national press but this, her first book, describes her formative years of film-making all over the African continent.
Film Maker, Journalist & Author