Henry Singer

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Henry Singer is a documentary filmmaker. Born in 1957, he holds a bachelor's degree from Harvard University and a master's degree from Cambridge University. He produced the documentary 9/11: The Falling Man which dealt with the attempts to name an individual who jumped to his death from the World Trade Center following the 9/11 attacks. His work has a BAFTA nomination and a New York film festival Gold Medal.[1]

More recently he has produced the documentary Last Orders as part of the BBCs White season.[2]

Singer's The Blood of the Rose won the Green Award at Sheffield Doc/Fest.


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