Adolf Hitler - the first state leader to have a totally manufactured image, used photography to hypnotise and corrupt a nation. In the 1930s the photographer Heninrich Hoffmann transformed the young camera shy politician into a figure of absolute power, helping to mastermind one of the most successful campaigns of mass manipulation in history.
Mahatma Gandhi - Drama sequences shot in Delhi and Gujarat explore how Gandhi used photography to undermine the British Empire. For a non-violent campaigner, the photograph was Ghandi’s mightiest weapon in the fight to liberate India.
‘a fascinating study’ Daily Mail
‘a gripping programme’ The Times
‘undeniably absorbing’ The Observer