Hannah Rothschild has made several documentary series which have been broadcast on major public networks in Europe, Australia, America and Asia and on the BBC TV and Radio 4. Her short films and other works have won prizes at international festivals. Working Title and Ridley Scott have optioned her original screenplays. Hannah was the London Editor of Vanity Fair in the 1990s with her features appearing in W, Vanity Fair, The Telegraph, The Times, The New York Times, The Spectator, British and AmericanVogue. In the last year she’s contributed chapters to several books including one on film for Channel 4’s Anniversary celebrations and another on Corfu. She currently making a documentary feature for BBC ‘Storyville’ called The Jazz Baroness.
She lectures on art at the Getty Museum in New York, the Royal Academy and the University of the Arts and is a regular interviewer at the Hay Festival and for the BBC on film and radio.