Dr Lee Salter’s documentary films and research papers covering media, politics, economics and more are available on this website. Scroll to find material on technology and communications, journalism, Habermasian communication theory, public relations and media ethics and much more.

Follow the Documentaries path for Salter’s films on prison, the media, the City of London and money. See academic Media Research to access papers on journalism, media, communications and technology.


Tommy, the former prisoner from Injustice


Lee Salter’s documentary about prison, Injustice, was made in 2017. The film was based on his interactions with people on community service and then prisoners…
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The Fourth Estate shows the workings of the UK media

The Fourth Estate

Straight off the back of the success of Secret City, Lee Salter and Elizabeth Mizon set about making The Fourth Estate. The film began life…
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Documentary about money and economic crisis

Money Puzzles

Straight after Secret City, Chanan and Salter pursued separate projects to take a break from the hectic period of filming and screening. Lee went off…
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Still from Secret City

Secret City

In 2002, Lee Salter joined Maurice Glassman and William Taylor to challenge the City of London’s Ward Elections Bill in the House of Lords. Lee…
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Media Research

Lee Salter has published a range of book chapters and journal articles on media studies, journalism studies and communication. Read more here.

Dr Salter spent 15 years as a lecturer and researcher in various universities in the UK and Italy. He began to make documentary films in 2010 and continues to work on a range of research and communication projects.

All of his academic writings and documentaries are available for free through links from this web site.