Jamie Doran is an Irish-Scottish independent documentary filmmaker and former BBC producer. He founded the multi award-winning company Clover Films, based in Windsor, in 2008. He is also the Club President of Datchet Village FC, which he founded in 1986. Doran’s films are shown worldwide and on flagship series such as BBC Panorama, Channel 4 Dispatches, Channel 4 True Stories, PBS FRONTLINE, Al Jazeera, ABC Four Corners, Japan's NHK, Germany's ZDF and NDR/ARD and Denmark's DR to name a few.

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  • Jamie Doran is an Irish-Scottish independent documentary filmmaker and former BBC producer. He founded the multi award-winning company Clover Films, based in Windsor, in 2008. He is also the Club President of Datchet Village FC, which he founded in 1986. Doran’s films are shown worldwide and on flagship series such as BBC Panorama, Channel 4 Dispatches, Channel 4 True Stories, PBS FRONTLINE, Al Jazeera, ABC Four Corners, Japan's NHK, Germany's ZDF and NDR/ARD and Denmark's DR to name a few. Doran’s documentaries are known for shedding light on taboo subjects. The 2017 film, 'The Boy Who Started the Syrian War' exposes viewers to the true origins of the Syrian War; a childish prank of anti-Assad graffiti sprayed on a school wall by a group of young boys. Globally the film has had over 100 million views. In 2016, 'ISIS in Afghanistan' won two Emmy awards in the 'Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story in a News Magazine' and the 'Best Report in a News Magazine' categories, a Peabody, and three awards at the New York Film Festival. In 2014, ‘Pakistan’s Hidden Shame’ exposed the sexual abuse of streets boys in Peshawar. The film won the Grand Jury Award for ‘Best Documentary’ at the . It also received high commendation at the AIB (Association for International Broadcasting). The 2012 film 'Opium Brides' exposed the hidden, and unexpected collateral damage of the counter-narcotic effort in Afghanistan. It won an Emmy for outstanding investigative journalism, and the duPont Colombia award. In 2010 the film The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan exposed the widespread and systematic child sex abuse by former Northern Alliance commanders, ISAF's closest allies in Afghanistan. In 2017 the law was changed in Afghanistan and Bach Baazi is now included in the revised penal code. (en)
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  • Jamie Doran is an Irish-Scottish independent documentary filmmaker and former BBC producer. He founded the multi award-winning company Clover Films, based in Windsor, in 2008. He is also the Club President of Datchet Village FC, which he founded in 1986. Doran’s films are shown worldwide and on flagship series such as BBC Panorama, Channel 4 Dispatches, Channel 4 True Stories, PBS FRONTLINE, Al Jazeera, ABC Four Corners, Japan's NHK, Germany's ZDF and NDR/ARD and Denmark's DR to name a few. (en)
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