James Jones

James Jones is an award-winning British documentary-maker. He has tackled difficult subjects like suicide in the military (Broken by Battle) and homelessness (Britain’s Hidden Housing Crisis), and focused on some of the world’s most dangerous places, including North Korea (The Secret State of North Korea), Gaza (Children of the Gaza War) and more recently Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia Uncovered).

His films have won an Emmy, a DuPont, a Grierson, a Rory Peck Award and been nominated five times at the BAFTAs. His 2019 documentary ‘On the President’s Orders’, on Duterte’s drug war, won a Best Feature Award at the Raindance Film Festival.


Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia Uncovered with James Jones

James Jones, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, addresses the 9th Annual Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy – see quotes below, followed by full prepared remarks. On the reluctance of the outside world to condemn Saudi Arabia’s human rights violations: “Unlike North Korea and unlike ISIS, Saudi Arabia is not a