Producer Martin de la Fouchardière has been making documentary films for the past fifteen years, starting off as the production manager of the Emmy nominated Four Wings and a Prayer, the Cannes Film Festival feature doc Two in the Wave and the docu-drama Charles Darwin’s Grand Voyage. He has produced numerous international co-productions, notably the feature length docu-drama Hitler’s Museum which sold to over 42 countries worldwide, civilisations films such as The Emperor’s Lost Harbour, Naachtun, the forgotten Mayan City and the 3 episodes series coproduced with ARTE, PBS/NOVA and BBC4 The Secret History of Writing/How writing changed the world and a scientific expedition Licence to Krill that won Best Science Film at the Jackson Hole Film Festival. Martin de la Fouchardière is a flamenco aficionado, runs the Marathon in 3h 46 minutes and 12 seconds, when in top shape, and has his own poached eggs recipes.