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Jack Losh

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About Jack
Jack Losh is a journalist and filmmaker whose focus spans conflict, conservation, humanitarian issues and traditional cultures. With over a decade of experience across Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, he has been shortlisted for a Royal Television Society Award and Europe’s top war reporting prize, the Prix Bayeux, among others.

He has directed and produced documentaries for the BBC, Channel 4, Al Jazeera, VICE News and The Guardian, with words and photos published by The New York Times, The Washington Post and National Geographic. He regularly speaks on the BBC, Sky News, Al Jazeera and other major broadcasters.

His most recent assignments have been in Ukraine to cover Russia’s full-scale invasion across the southern, eastern and northern fronts, embedding with firemen, paramedics, special forces and civilians under bombardment.
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Al Jazeera (Producer/Director): A half-hour doc exposing the UK's discrimination of the African soldiers who fought for Britain during World War Two.

GQ: Leaving Kharkiv A feature reported from bombarded Kharkiv and a school further west offering sanctuary to those fleeing the Russian invasion.

05 Apr 2023  |  British GQ
The journalist recounts their journey from the Ukrainian border to the UK, reflecting on the proximity of the war to Europe. They describe the resilience and struggles of Ukrainian refugees, including Nataliya Shvedova's family, who are planning to move to Germany, and a web developer named Halushka, whose family's home was looted and who continues to work remotely. The article also touches on the changing perceptions of Russians among Ukrainians due to the war and the ongoing challenges faced by those displaced, including the bureaucratic hurdles in receiving aid. The journalist reflects on the normalization of air raids and rockets for those still in Ukraine, and the enduring spirit of the Ukrainian people.

New York Times: A Battle to Protect Forests Unfolds in Central Africa - an extended report from an indigenous community in the south-western rainforests of the Central African Republic.

28 Jan 2020  |  www.nytimes.com
The article discusses the efforts and challenges faced by major corporations in meeting their commitments to stop using ingredients that contribute to deforestation. The Tropical Forest Alliance 2020, supported by companies like Mars, Nestlé, and Walmart, was established to assist the Consumer Goods Forum in achieving a deforestation-free supply chain by 2020. Despite the pledge, significant deforestation has occurred, and many companies admit they will not fully meet their goals. Nestlé claims a high percentage of its commodities will be deforestation-free by the end of 2020, while Mars has set a target for 2025 for some ingredients. Kellogg's acknowledges falling short of the goal, and Walmart cites complexities in certain supply chains. Other companies like Mondelez, PepsiCo, and Unilever have not provided data or declined to comment.

BBC Two (producer): Filmed over two months in southern Ukraine, this observational film follows a special forces team fighting to retake their home city of Kherson. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001grdw

04 Jan 2023  |  www.bbc.co.uk
Olly Lambert documents two months on Ukraine’s southern front, capturing the efforts of volunteer special forces as they prepare to retake Kherson, a strategic move that could alter the war's course. In Mykolaiv, despite ongoing rocket attacks and the threat of Russian advancement, Ukrainian resistance remains strong. Civilians, including an architect named Alexei, contribute to the war effort by building drones. Lambert meets Roman Kostenko, an MP and former Special Forces officer, who leads volunteer units on the front line. Despite their inexperience, these volunteers, including a carpet salesman and a kebab shop owner, engage in mortar missions against Russian tanks. The arrival of heavy US artillery bolsters the Ukrainian forces, leading to a planned offensive on Kherson. Lambert observes the strategic planning and execution of operations, noting the combination of foreign weaponry, tactical army maneuvers, and a vast volunteer force, all united by a relentless will to win.

Channel 4 News (Shooting PD): This observational film follows a firefighting crew in Donbas who rescue wounded civilians from the places the paramedics won’t go.

BBC Newsnight (Shooting PD): A short doc from the bombed-out Ukrainian town of Avdiivka, where two men risk death every day to keep the dwindling population alive. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m001m7vh/newsnight-ukraines-siege-runners


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