Quite Frankly Productions

On April 11 2000 judgment was delivered in the Irving v Lipstadt case. Historian and author Deborah Lipstadt, represented by Mishcon de Reya lawyers Anthony Julius and James Libson, had won. The events of that trial now form the basis of a film written by Sir David Hare. Denial, starring Rachel Weisz and Tom Wilkinson, went on general release in the UK on January 27 2017.

To mark the release of the film, Mishcon de Reya wanted to look into how a trial that took place in 2000 has relevance today. Working with Mishcon de Reya and Alex Krasodomski-Jones of Demos, we were commissioned to make a short film exploring truth, post-truth and denial in 2017.

# vimeo.com/201251699 Uploaded 97 Plays 0 Comments

Follow

Quite Frankly Productions

Quite Frankly Productions PRO

Quite Frankly is a content driven production company that spans broadcast, digital, live events and social media.

We distribute our content locally or globally and work with our clients to ensure their projects reach the right audience, on the right…


+ More

Quite Frankly is a content driven production company that spans broadcast, digital, live events and social media.

We distribute our content locally or globally and work with our clients to ensure their projects reach the right audience, on the right platform, wherever they may be.

quitefrankly.co.uk

 

Channels are a simple, beautiful way to showcase and watch videos. Browse more Channels.