Wanda Koscia (independent/UK)

Specialising in recent history, her work ranges from hard politics to human interest. She’s worked on high-end, award winning, television series and single documentaries for the BBC, UK Channel Four and Discovery; grilled political leaders for PUTIN, RUSSIA AND THE WEST (BBC), veterans of the CIA and KGB in INTELLIGENCE TO PLEASE (Discovery); and sought out personal testimonies from the most dramatic and horrific events of the last century. In THE HAND OF STALIN (BBC), survivors of the gulags revealed their past for the first time; young soldiers describe their first traumatic experience of war in DUNKIRK – THE SOLDIERS’ STORY (BBC). She produced and directed the painful memories of a little known wartime massacre in Western Ukraine in MY FRIEND THE ENEMY.