Channel 4 is making a film about the life and death of journalist Lyra McKee - who was shot dead in 2019.
The 29-year-old was observing a riot in the Creggan in Derry when she was murdered by a member of the New IRA.
Bafta award winning documentarian Alison Miller is behind project and she was also a close friend of the trailblazing journalist.
The intimate film will look into Lyra's childhood in the 1990's Derry and will be narrated by voice recordings extracted from Lyra's own Dictaphone.
It will also follow the grief and search of justice of Lyra's friends and families in the wake of her death.