Paul Hamann

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"Paul is one of the founders of Reprieve and is currently a trustee.

"Paul received the BFI's Grierson Award for Fourteen Days in May, the powerful documentary about the execution of an innocent man, Edward Earl Johnson, on Mississippi's death row. It was during his filming of that documentary that he met Clive Stafford Smith, who was Edward's lawyer.

"Paul runs his own independent production company, Wild Pictures, and was previously the BBC's Head of Documentaries and History. " [1]

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  1. Paul Hamann, Reprieve, accessed December 9, 2010.