John Pilger

John Pilger, journalist and film-maker, has won British journalism’s highest award twice. For his documentary films, he has won an American television academy award, an Emmy, and a British Academy Award. His 1979 documentary, the epic Cambodia Year Zero is ranked by the British Film Institute as one of the ten most important documentaries of the 20th century. His films on Indigenous Australia include Welcome to Australia and Utopia. His books include the best-selling history of Australia ‘A Secret Country’. He is a recipient of the Sydney Peace Prize. John continues to be a strong and vocal supporter of Julian Assange.

John Pilger, journalist and film-maker, has won British journalism’s highest award twice. For his documentary films, he has won an American television academy award, an Emmy, and a British Academy Award. His 1979 documentary, the epic Cambodia Year Zero is ranked by the British Film Institute as one of the ten most important documentaries of the 20th century. His films on Indigenous Australia include Welcome to Australia and Utopia. His books include the best-selling history of Australia ‘A Secret Country’. He is a recipient of the Sydney Peace Prize. John continues to be a strong and vocal supporter of Julian Assange.


UK extradition hearing: final act in campaign to bury Julian Assange

Freedom of the press now rests with the dissidents on the internet who belong to no club but, like Julian...

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