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BREAKFAST WITH: NICK BROOMFIELD

HOST: NICK BROOMFIELD
DIRECTOR: GRACIE OTTO
PRODUCERS: GRACIE OTTO, CRAIG DEECKER
CAMERA 1: LEILA GEORGE
CAMERA 2: GRACIE OTTO
POST PRODUCTION: THE GINGERBREAD MAN
EDITOR: WALTER RATCLIFFE
EDITOR: LUCY EDMONT
SOUND DESIGN: LAWRENCE HORNE
TITLE DESIGN: STEPHANIE HUXLEY

Nick Broomfield is a British narrative and documentary filmmaker and one of the most successful documentarians of our time. Broomfield’s work has won lucrative awards including two BAFTA awards, The Peabody Award, The Royal Television Society Award, and many more. Broomfield’s documentaries are predominantly biographical, his subjects have included Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love, Aileen Wuornos, Margaret Thatcher and serial killer Lonnie Franklin, Jr. Broomfield’s 2017 documentary, ‘Whitney: Can I Be Me?’ is a critical analysis of Whitney Houston’s life, her final years and tragic death. In February this year, Broomfield premiered ‘Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love’, at the Sundance Film Festival. The film explores the troubled relationship between Leonard Cohen and his muse and girlfriend, Marianne Ihlen.