PRESS FOR ‘SAUDI WOMEN’S DRIVING SCHOOL’

FORBES REVIEW AND INTERVIEW WITH ERICA GORNALL

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GUARDIAN REVIEW AND INTERVIEW WITH ERICA GORNALL

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PRESS FOR ‘STEPH AND DOM: CAN CANNABIS SAVE OUR SON?’

The documentary was featured in the Radio Times and can be viewed here:

Radio Times Steph and Dom

Radio Times 26 Jan - 1 Feb DPS

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PRESS FOR ‘TESSA JOWELL: HER LAST CAMPAIGN.’

Erica featured in The Telegraph about her role as director of the Panorama special.

 

PRESS FOR ‘CATCHING A KILLER: A BULLET THROUGH THE WINDOW’

Erica was interviewed by the BBC about directing the third film of Catching a Killer. You can here it here: 

 

It’s a rare copper who’s surprised by anything humans get up to and an even rarer TV show that manages to capture the surprise.” Matt Baylis, Daily Express

“A terrifying tale for any parent, and in TV terms, an education.” Carol Midgley, The Times

‘We’re right with the police as the investigation twists, and we also meet the victims grieving family. It’s hard to tear your eyes away from the screen’ The Sun

The most striking thing about Catching a Killer…is the level of access involved…. As always though, it is the testimony of the victims family which lingers the longest.’ The Daily Telegraph

At the time, the case barely caused a ripple in the media. The reason for this was simple and depressing. Mohammed was associated with drug dealers. …The great triumph of A Bullet Through the Window was in showing us what a callous attitude that is…. It is a shameful state of affairs, which this programme quite brilliantly forced us to confront. Rupert Hawksey, The Telegraph

PRESS FOR ‘BEHIND CLOSED DOORS’

 

Her role as producer and film-maker was featured in Broadcast  and can be read below:

Behind Closed Doors, BBC1 | Behind The Scenes | Broadcast

Behind Closed Doors, BBC1 | Behind The Scenes | Broadcast