Winter made The Panama Papers in collaboration with our partners on Deep Web, Jill Burkhart and Epix; as well as with the amazing Laura Poitras and Charlotte Cook and their organization Field of Vision, for whom Winter made two short films in 2016; long term producing partners Glen Zipper and Devorah Devries; and in partnership with Bob Friedman and his Bungalow Media and the good folks at Great Point Media, who are also with us on Zappa.

This was a challenging project that took us around the world, and had to be kept entirely secret, which isn’t easy for a global documentary with many moving parts. And couldn’t have been done without the invaluable cooperation and openness of the many great journalists from Süddeutsche Zeitung, McClatchy, ICIJ, The Guardian, La Prensa and many others.

How to Watch

Official Sites & Reviews

Panama Papers Announcements

Winter joins Jeremy Scahill on Intercepted podcast!

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Winter and Jeremy Scahill discus the implications of the Panama Papers leak on the Intercepted podcast.

Winter appears on Morning Joe to discuss Panama Papers!

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Winter appears on Morning Joe on MSNBC to discuss the Panama Papers release.

Great piece on Panama Papers in Variety!

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Enjoyed this interview with Variety at IDFA about the Panama Papers doc.

Panama Papers interview for The Hollywood Reporter!

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Thanks to the Hollywood Reporter for this great piece on our Panama Papers doc!


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  • Susan L Karaban says:

    I’d love to be able to give glowing reviews of Alex Winter’s “Panama Papers” but you all have chosen to make it available only to EPIX, a streaming service which is not supported by my Cable Company “Optimum” on line. Why go on MSNBC and I presume other networks to herald the coming of this documentary, then restrict it so that not everyone can see it? Is there any one out there who can tell me if this will ever be put on Netflix or Amazon Prime, or come out in a theater (I’m in northern New Jersey), or will it possibly ever be put onto a DVD? I’d love to see it some day.

    • Alex Winter says:

      Hi, the film is available for streaming on Epix for anyone with a free trial. We will be on every major platform in early 2019. Thanks for asking!

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