Jenny Morgan is a freelance documentary filmmaker and a part-time human rights activist. These two elements have combined insome of her many films. After leaving apartheid South Africa andmoving to London, she supported anti-apartheid mobilizing andworked for the Namibian liberation movement, SWAPO. She hasdirected and produced numerous films for British television, including ALGERIA: DREAMING OF DEMOCRACY, A STATE OF DANGER (about the first Palestinian intifada), and WHEN YOU COME BACK HOME (on Soweto).Her film about British women agents in World War II, BEHIND ENEMY LINES: THE REAL CHARLOTTES GREYS was directed and produced for Channel 4. (8/14)
Angola Is Our Country
A film by Jenny Morgan, 1988, 45 min., Color
Angolan women are rarely heard describing the impact of South Africa’s undeclared war against their country. This moving documentary, produced in conj...
A State of Danger
A film by Haim Bresheeth and Jenny Morgan, 1989, 28 min., Color
Shot in Israel and the Occupied Territories, this extraordinary documentary offers a unique, vital perspective on the Intifada seldom seen in U.S. mai...