Hitler Documentary Project Untitled

Director Dror Moreh, Producers Sigrid Dyekjær, Natalie Humphreys, Philippe Levasseur, and Harry Vaughn
Hitler Documentary Project Untitled


A Berlin-based archive has recently been uncovered that gives chilling context to our understanding of Adolf Hitler and reveals the depths of visual ideology that metastasized within his inner circle.

Phase of Support: Development

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Dror Moreh

Dror Moreh - Director

Dror Moreh began his career as a director of photography and became one of Israel’s leading documentary filmmakers and cinematographers. During his career, he shot award-winning feature films and documentaries. His works as director includes The Gatekeepers, (Best Documentary nomination at the 2012 Academy Awards, Best Nonfiction film of 2012 by the National Society of Film Critics, Best Documentary by the LA Film Critic, Cinema for Peace Award Berlin 2013), Sharon (Official program Panorama at the 58th Berlin Film Festival), The Human Factor (Sony Pictures Classics, 2021), Corridors of Power (Telluride Film Festival 2023), and Dagan (the life story of the head of the Mossad).

Sigrid Dyekjær

Sigrid Dyekjær - Producer

Sigrid is the producer of the Oscar nominated film The Cave (2020) by Feras Fayyad where she won an Emmy for Best Producer. She won Best Producer at Cinema Eye 2020 for The Cave, and was nominated for Producers Guild of America. The Territory by Alex Pritz premiered at Sundance 2022 and won two awards. She won a Peabody Award and a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Merit in Producing in 2024. The film was produced together with Darren Aronofsky. It was picked up by National Geographic and shortlisted for the 2023 Academy Award for Best Documentary and nominated at The Producers Guild of America in 2023. Her 2024 film Apolonia, Apolonia was also shortlisted for the Academy Award for Best Documentary. She has produced the Oscar-nominee Hanna Polak’s, Something Better to Come, which had theatrical release in the US and won more than 80 awards. For this, Sigrid was nominated at the Producers Guild of America Awards for Outstanding Producer of Documentary in 2016.

Natalie Humphreys

Natalie Humphreys - Producer

Natalie has worked across the UK and global production sector for nearly three decades as a writer, director, and executive producer, winning multiple awards for cinematography, innovation and reaching new audiences. Prior to launching Storyboard Studios, Natalie led the BBC’s factual production, where she was in charge of a £100M production portfolio including the world-renowned BBC Natural History Unit, Documentary and History teams. She is known as a trusted originator with awards from BAFTA, Grierson, RTS, Banff and Broadcast, to name a few. She oversaw the launch of Planet Earth II and a new factual drama slate including Emmy-nominated The Challenger. Natalie started her television career as a researcher on natural history programmes, after a degree in Zoology and a PhD on the genetics of symbiosis. She regularly mentors for organizations including Women in Film and Television, the BBC’s diversity schemes, and Edinburgh Festival Diversity and Talent Schemes. She’s a mother to two sons and enjoys art and photography, as well as giving time pro bono to teaching media skills to schools and university students.

Harry Vaughn

Harry Vaughn - Producer

Harry’s credits include Talal Derki and Heba Khaled’s Under the Sky of Damascus (Berlinale, 2023), Connie Field’s Democracy Noir (CPH:DOX 2024), and Agnieszka Zwiefka’s Silent Trees (Hot Docs, 2024). He previously headed acquisitions at sales agency Cinephil (A House Made of Splinters, Red Herring). From 2014 to 2021, he was documentary programmer for the Sundance Film Festival and later its Senior Programmer. He programmed for Outfest Los Angeles and Frameline LGBTQ Film Festival and has advised on juries and labs around the world, including at Dok Incubator, Sarajevo Film Festival, Hot Docs Forum, Nordisk Panorama, and the El Gouna platform in Egypt.

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