As a British journalist and filmmaker based in Toronto, ADAM BENZINE has senior editorial experience on both sides of the Atlantic, having written for a variety of newspapers and film publications including The Globe and Mail, The Independent and Indiewire.

He is currently the Canadian Bureau Chief for entertainment industry trade publisher C21 Media, and for the last four years served as the Associate Editor of Realscreen, the international magazine and website covering the global business of documentaries.

He is a regular fixture at most major documentary, film and TV industry festivals and markets, including Sundance, SXSW, MIPCOM and TIFF; and frequently chairs panel sessions and Q&As with filmmakers and executives, at events such as Hot Docs, IDFA, the Realscreen Summit and Sheffield Doc/Fest.

Adam is an expert on the work of Claude Lanzmann, and Spectres of the Shoah marks his directorial debut.