Winner of the Peabody Award and shortlisted for the Academy Awards, Martyn Burke's latest film UNDER FIRE: Journalist In Combat, takes the viewer into the psychological cost of covering wars. Having been through wars himself, Burke lets the latest wave of combat reporters tell of the invisible toll that war often takes as jarring footage of what they experienced plays on the screen.
Martyn Burke dared Idi Amin to drive him around Kampala with no security. Amin took the challenge and for three hours they went all over the Ugandan capital together. A few
Canadian TV viewers were riveted as major mafia figures were exposed in sting operatisons recorded by Connections team's hidden cameras. In what was to be a
Witnesses went to a war barely noticed in the west; a war that foreshadowed the 9/11 era. Living in caves and mud forts with Afghan fighters, Burke chronicled the lives of those caught up in the 1980’s us Early
A History of Politics in Fillm Producer, Director Filmed with the participation of many of those most involved House Un-American Activities hearings into communism in the film industry split Hollywood – and the nation, in a bitter divide that continues to this