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Don’t Call me Mad                Delaval Films  |  Sandpaper Films

Directed by Zora Küttner

Filmmaker, Zora follows her father back to Germany to explore a radical social experiment he carried out twenty-five years earlier. Did he succeed in altering the life arc of a group of severely mentally ill patients? A very personal film in which a psychologist and his daughter explore what constitutes a life worth living.

Diana, 7 Days                 Sandpaper Films

Directed by  Henry Singer

Editor | Paul Van Dyck

Producers|  Jenny Saunders & Jess Ludgrove
Assistant Producer | Zora Küttner

In August 1997 the tragic death of Diana, Princess of Wales, stunned her family and catapulted the British public into one of the most extraordinary weeks in modern history.

We hear from those – like Diana’s sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, her brother Earl Spencer, Prime Minister Tony Blair and members of the Royal Household – who were in the eye of this most unexpected storm. This film tells the story of the seven days that followed the Princess’ death and something of the remarkable life that preceded it.

What was it about Diana that explained such an outpouring of grief? And what did that week reveal about Britain’s relationship with the monarchy, then and now?

This will doubtless stand as the definitive documentary on Diana’s death and the aftermath.

— The Times

An extraordinary look at an unbelievable week in British history

— Metro

If you had to choose just one film to sum up the phenomenon that was Diana’s life, and the greater phenomenon that was her death, Diana, 7 Days got closer than most.

— The Daily Telegraph

A landmark film

— OK Magazine

© Zora Küttner 2020