PHIL COX studied languages and literature before creating Native Voice Films in London in 1998 as a collective of independent filmmakers aiming to collaborate on innovative and cinematic documentary and reportage.   Phil has been awarded the Rory Peck Award for his work covering the conflict in Darfur and also a British Grierson Award and Royal Television Society Award. His recent feature documentaries have been WE ARE THE INDIANS which premiered in Sheffield Doc Fest and won BAFICI Buenos Aires FF award, THE BENGALI DETECTIVE which premiered at Sundance and Berlin, winning a GRIERSON AWARD and LOVE HOTEL which premiered at Toronto and won a Berlin Film festival award. BETTY – THEY SAY I’M DIFFERENT his latest feature documentary premiered at Amsterdam IDFA in late 2017. Phil is currently working on a theater production entitled 40 DAYS OF KHARTOUM.

Betty – They Say I’m DifferentCredits:

  • A Native Voice Films & La Compaigne des Taxi Brousse Production
  • In association with ARTE France
  • Directed & Written by Phil Cox
  • Produced by Giovanna Stopponi, Laurent Mini, Damon Smith
  • Edited by Esteban Uyarra
  • Executive Producers Karim Samai & Catherine Bailey
  • Associate Producer Danielle Maggio