Ursula Macfarlane is a documentary director. She has just completed a feature documentary for BBC Three about gun violence, telling the stories of fatal shootings over one weekend in America. Her recent work can be seen in the Netflix hostage-negotiation drama-documentary series Captive and West Side Stories: The Making of a Classic for BBC Two. Other credits include Charlie Hebdo: Three Days that Shook Paris for More4, Tsunami: Survivors’ Stories and The Life and Death of Karen Woo for ITV, Warwick Davis’s Big Night for BBC Two’s Modern Times, and Notes from the Inside with James Rhodes and Breaking Up with the Joneses for Channel 4. Her films have won BAFTA, Grierson, RTS, Broadcast, Mind Media and One World Media awards and nominations.