Uri Fruchtmann

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Uri Fruchtmann (born 1955) is an Israeli film producer, director and human rights activist.[1][2][3][4]


He serves as the non-executive Director of Ealing Studios and co-founder of Fragile Films, an independent film production company based in the United Kingdom.[3]

He was Annie Lennox's second husband.[5] They had two daughters together, Lola and Tali.[6][7][8]

Charitable Activities[edit]

Fruchtmann has served on the boards of several charities. In 2008 he co-founded the UK human rights charity Videre Est Credere (Latin for "to see is to believe").[9]Videre describes itself as "give[ing] local activists the equipment, training and support needed to safely capture compelling video evidence of human rights violations. This captured footage is verified, analysed and then distributed to those who can create change." Fruchtmann is currently the Chairman of the Board along with film-maker Terry Gilliam, Executive Director of Greenpeace UK John Sauven and music producer Brian Eno. [10]


As a producer[edit]

As a director[edit]

  • Stir it up (1994).[1]
  • The Atlantic Records Story (1994).[1]