Füegi/Francis & Flare have co-produced, co-scripted, and co-directed prize-winning
documentaries: with Nordisk Film Red Ruth: That Deadly Longing; Red Ruth won the 1993
Danish Television Oscar and the Silver Diploma of the Prix Futura in Berlin), German version with
WDR; with Casablanca and TV2 Denmark: The War Within: A Portrait of Virginia Woolf (won the
Distinguished Feature Award of International Documentary Network and the Golden Apple of
National Educational Media Network and was a featured Jours de femmes program of Arte),
Danish version I malstrømmen; with Casablanca and TV2 Denmark In the Symphony of the
World: A Portrait of Hildegard von Bingen (Silver Documentary Awards at Philadelphia and
Houston Film Festivals 1999), Danish version At danse med engle; To Dream Tomorrow about computer pioneer Ada Lovelace; and they are currently working on a documentary about artist and naturalist Maria Sibylla Merian.
John Füegi as producteur délégué also worked in 1988/9 with Mitchell Lifton, & Jean-Pierre
Cottet on the Beckett Directs Beckett series produced with PBS, WGBH, FR3, La SEPT,
Société Française de Production, Centre National de la Cinématographie, & Radiotelevisio
Portuguesa-EP (Waiting for Godot won a American Film & Video Festival Blue Ribbon).
In addition to co-directing Flare's Women of Power© films, Jo Francis also directs Flare's
Intergenerational projects. Among the intergenerational videos she
has directed, edited and produced are Falcon Love Story , a humorous tale about overcoming
Journeys Close to Home, a film about grieving a significant loss.